On Tuesday, we'd like to travel and we're going to Great Barrier reef in Australia
I want to
but first I need to learn how to scuba dive because I think you can't snorkel, the great barrier reef..
but it's not the same
it really wouldn't be the same experience.
right, I know and of course if you don't know the great barrier reef by any chance, it is in Australia.
it is the world's largest coral reef. so this is really something to see and but unfortunately it is dying.
dying? /slowly/ slowly? okay
there are some parts
That must be because of the global warming.
well yeah. I mean this is happening not just in the great barrier reef. but all around the world. all coral reefs
cuz as far as I know for the coral reef to survive, the temperature has to stay at a certain like range. otherwise the live coral, the live animals will die and if that happens then there is no more building right?
and I remember... I have friends who are scuba divers and instructors and they always say that the first lesson or one of the first lessens they teach is when you go snorkeling or scuba diving near a reef, never touch the reef because if you touch the reef you can damage the growth and apparently they grow very slowly so and some apparently amateur like take a piece as souvenir and they take like a hand sized piece, you just killed like 20 years of growth _____
oh no no no no we don't wanna do that
just just you know, touch with your eyes as they say
just look at it
just look at it. dont get greedy.