Australian coral reef 'height of Empire State building' has just been accidentally discovered

Great Barrier Reef Australia coral biodiversity discovery

The reef is the largest discovery of its kind in the last 120 years. Image: Unsplash/Jess Bailey

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The coral reef discovered housed an abundance of fish. Image: Schmidt Ocean Institute
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The SuBastian robot taking samples from the coral reef. Image: Schmidt Ocean Institute
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