Save the reef
AUSTRALIA is not a third world country, but we are building marine ports along an international world wonder the Great Barrier Reef.
If you have ever had the chance to see our reef you will be amazed at the species that call it home; the Maori Wrasse fish, for example, that live more than 90 years and even change sex.
If you have not been to the reef, come see and enjoy our most loved down under, see that even fish have different moods each day, see that everything exists down there in a delicate balance. We must understand that balance, so we can make the right decisions about the reef.
The way I see every living species - from the tiny ant to the Great White Sharks - need to be respected, protected, loved and cared for, as it would be a part of my family. Even you can make a difference – help fight for the reef today and bring those multi billion dollar corporations who short time profit from reef destruction to account. Go online to www.fightforthereef.org.au/reeffighting-fund and donate to a reef-fighting fund.
Be a part of protecting the reef. Annika Grunwald DINGO BEACH