what would happen to the great barrier reef is not conserved

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    Coral reefs in general serve as the ground for the world’s most diverse and productive marine ecosystems, and have been described as “the rainforests of the seas”.  The Great Coral Reef in particular is the largest reef ecosystem and is home to thousands of different species, many of them endemic to the area, including 1,500 species of fish, 25 species of birds, and 6 species of sea turtle.  The Great Barier Reef also serves as a bulwark protecting the inner Australian shore from waves, and in addition balances the pH levels in the ocean that are essential to all aquatic life.

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