Scientists discover vast reef behind Great Barrier Reef

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  1. Researchers working with the Royal Australian Navy have discovered an extensive reef system behind the famous Great Barrier Reef, mapping a huge network of donut-shaped features that measure between 650 and 984 feet across.

    The formations are called bioherms, and were made by a type of algae called halimeda. Shaped like donuts, the structures can be as deep as 33 feet in their center.

    full article - Scientists discover vast reef behind Great Barrier Reef | Fox News

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  2. inb4 new Pokemon....

    Wait, this is real life...

    :shock: :madcat: