Volume: 11,48 m3
The Great Barrier Reef is a habitat with a large diversity of fish and tropical invertebrates. With a length of over 2,000 km, it is the only living structure that can be seen from the Moon.
Australia, that huge island between the Pacific and Indian oceans, is considered a continent because of its size. With a width of 4,000 km from east to west and a length of 3,200 km from north to south, in its northeast part it has the Great Barrier Reef. This is not a single reef, but is formed by a series of some 2,000 coastal reefs each of 8 km2.
Other common marine organisms that can be found in this community.