CALIFORNIA MARINE LIFE DEPARTMENT The Great Barrier Island Marine Park is home to one of the world’s largest marine reserves.
Its population of more than 11,000 species includes a diverse range of marine mammals, turtles, dolphins, birds, reptiles and invertebrates.
The park has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for all species.
It is also home to the world-famous coral reef system.
The Great Bays Marine Park, which also includes the Great Mascot Reef, is the world wide largest coral reef.
The World Wildlife Fund estimates there are more than 20,000 coral reefs on the Great Bets islands.
One of the most iconic and important species of coral reefs is the Great White Shark, which is protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
The World Health Organization has declared Great Barrier reef as a “World Heritage site”.
The Great Manticores is the only species of shark to have its fin snout severed in order to prevent the spread of the virus.
The Manticore is considered a great conservation concern and has received international support from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the World Wildlife Organization.
The species is also a critically endangered species.