5 stunning countries to visit before they disappear: Oceania
Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Australia
Being the largest living structure, over 2,300 km long, The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet! Containing 2,900 species of coral, and 1,500 species of fish, The Great Barrier Reef provides all of its marine inhabitants with shelter and food. It also shelters Australia's eastern coast as a natural wave breaker, protecting inland inhabitants from rogue waves. Fun Fact: Other than English, the most common languages spoken today are Chinese, Arabic, Vietnamese, and Italian.