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[自然百科] 2014-10-13 海洋天堂大堡礁:堡礁内外—32

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[自然百科] 2014-10-13 海洋天堂大堡礁:堡礁内外—32

 


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   BBC Great Barrier Reef Ep3  Reef And Beyond 

 

《英国广播公司:海洋天堂大堡礁》第3集 堡礁内外


 

大堡礁坐落在澳洲东北海岸,昆士兰州以东,南回归线与巴布亚海之间的南太平洋热带海洋区域,南北长2300 公里,东西宽从20公里到240公里,总面积479万平方公里,平均水深2400米。大堡礁属于珊瑚礁,是由无数的珊瑚虫经过1万5千年的堆积而形成,目前海域内共有700多大小珊瑚岛,分别由 350多种珊瑚构成,堪称世界8大奇观之一。1981年大堡礁被规划为世界遗产而成为澳洲最知名的观光胜地,每年吸引了百万人次的海内外游客来这里观光游览,探索海洋世界的奥妙,领略澳洲奇特的自然风情。
 

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[Homework]2014-10-13 海洋天堂大堡礁:堡礁内外—32

Reine island has the biggest concentration of wildlife on the barrier reef, but many of its animals are visitors, and at departure time they leave behind the sanctuary of one of the world's largest marine parks. The migrants cross international borders, travelling to places where animals are not protected, it means their survival is linked very much to events in other parts of the world.
The great barrier reef is still an amazing place, it's a magical underwater world, stunning beautiful, and a never ending source of wonder, but how will it be when our turtles return? The reef has proved to be resilient in the past, surviving great natural changes, but nothing like the pace of man made change today, especially the pace of climate change, we have seen how the great barrier reef is connected to the rest of the world in many ways, it means we are all no matter how remote involved in its future.
Now only we can decide what that future will be, whether it remains the glorious marine spectacle of today, one of the richest and most diversive old environments and the largest biological structure on the planet, or whether it becomes something much poor, it's a future that's entirely in our hands.

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  Rain Isand has the biggest concentration of wild life on  Barrier Reef, but many of the animals are visitors. And at their departure they leave behind the sanctuary, one of the world's largest marine parks. The migrants cross internaltional borders, travelling to places where animals are not protected. It means their  survial is linked very much to events in other parts of the world. The Great Barrier Reef is still an amazng place. It's a magical underwater world, stunningly beautiful and a never ending source of wonder. But how will it be when our turtles return? The reef has proved to be resilient in the past, surviving great natural changes, but nothing like the pace of  man-made change today, especially the pace of climate change. We have seen how the Great Barrier Reef is connected to the rest of the world in many ways, it means we're all no matter how  remote, involved in its future. Now only we can decide what their future will be,whether it remains the glorious marine spectacle of today, one of the richest and  most diverse of all environment, and the largest biological structure on the planet, or whether it became something much poorer, it's future is entirely in our hands.
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Rain Island has the biggest consentration of wild life on the big barrier reef. But many of its animals are vistiors. At the departure time they leave it behind, the sanctury, one of the world's largest marine parks.The migrants cross international borders, travlling to places where animals are not protected.It means their survial is very much linked to events in other parts of the world.The great barrier reef is still an amazing place. It's a magical underwater world,stunningly beautiful and a never-ending souce of wonder. But how will it  be when our turtles return.The reef has been proved to be resilient in the past,surviving great natural changes.But nothing like the pace of man-made change today,especially the pace of climate change.We've seen how the great barrier reef has connected to rest of the world in many ways.It means we all, no matter how remote, envolved in its future. Now only we can deciede what their future will be.Wether it remains the glorious marine spectacle of today,one of the richest,most diversive all environments and largest biological structure on the planet, or wether it becomes something much poorer,its future is entirely in our hands.
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[Homework]2014-10-13 海洋天堂大堡礁:堡礁内外—32

Rain island has the biggest concentration of wild life on the Barrier Reef but many of its animals have visited it and at departure time, they leave behind the sanctuary, one of the world largest marine parks.

The migrants cross international borders travelling to places where animals are not protected. It means that survivor is linked very much to events in other parts of the world.


The Great Barrier Reef is still an amazing place. It's a magical underwater world. Stunningly beautiful and a never ending source of wander. But how would it be when our turtles return? The Reef has proved to be resilient in the past surviving great nature changes, but nothing like the pace of man-made change today especially the pace of climate change.


We've seen how the Great Barrier Reef is connected to the rest world in many ways. It means we are all, no matter how we remote involved in its future.


Now only we can decide what our future will be whether it remains the glorious marine spectacle of today, one of the richest and most diverse of all enviroments and the largest biological structure on the planet or whether it become something much poor, it's a future that is entirely in our hands.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
Homework
Rain island has the biggest concentration of wild life on the Barrier Reef but many of its animals have visited it and at departure time, they leave behind the sanctuary, one of the world largest marine parks.

The migrants cross international borders travelling to places where animals are not protected. It means that survivor is linked very much to events in other parts of the world.

The Great Barrier Reef is still an amazing place. It's a magical underwater world. Stunningly beautiful and a never ending source of wander. But how would it be when our turtles return? The Reef has proved to be resilient in the past surviving great nature changes, but nothing like the pace of man-made change today especially the pace of climate change.

We've seen how the Great Barrier Reef is connected to the rest world in many ways. It means we are all, no matter how we remote involved in its future.

Now only we can decide what our future will be whether it remains the glorious marine spectacle of today, one of the richest and most diverse of all enviroments and the largest biological structure on the planet or whether it become something much poor, it's a future that is entirely in our hands.
Reine island has the biggest concentration of wildlife on the barrier reef, but
many of these animals are visitors, and at departure time they leave behind the
sanctuary, one of the world's largest marine parks, the migrants cross inter
national borders, travelling to places where animals are not protected, it means
their survive is linked very much to events in other parts in the world

the great barrier reef is still an amazing place, it's a magical underwater world,
stunning beautiful, a never end source of wonder, but how will it be when our turtles
return, the reef has proved to be resilient in the past, surviving great natural changes
but nothing like the pace of man made change today, especially the pace of climate
change, we've seen how the great barrier reef is connected to the rest of the world
in many ways, it means we all, no matther how we are remote, involved in the future

now only we can decide what our future will be, whether it remains the glorious marine
spectacle of today, one of the richest and the most diversity of all environments,
and the largest biological structure on the planet, or whether it become something
much poor, it's future that's entirely in our hand
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