The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism on the planet. Running 2,000 kilometres down the North East coast of Australia, a myriad of over 2,500 reefs and islands cover an area of 350,000 square kilometres of ocean. This greatest of all coral ecosystems supports 350 species of coral, 1,500 species of fish and thousands of molluscs, making it one of the most biodiverse communities in the world.
We CAN stop the invasion of Crown of Thorns Starfish from destroying the Great Barrier Reef... but we must act NOW!
URGENT ACTION IS NEEDED
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OCEANGUARD has a PLAN
OCEANGUARD has a four point plan to help eradicate
the threat of Crown of Thorns Starfish (COTS)
to the Great Barrier Reef.
Boat or boats to sweep reefs in danger zones to monitor COTS populations.
Dive teams to control these numbers by a single injection of a safe formula.
Set up facility to farm natural starfish predators such as the Giant Triton.
Marine awareness programs to be made for Internet, cell phones and schools.
Oceanguard is planning many activities and events to raise awareness and funding to put the plan into action as soon as possible.
There is a MAJOR CRISIS
on the Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is under siege by a fourth plague of coral eating Crown of Thorns Starfish. The Oceanguard Society has been set up to implement a practical, well researched, 4 step plan to eradicate the COTS plague and to restore the ecological balance to the reef as soon as possible.
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Introduction to Oceanguard
We cannot do it without you!
We can talk about saving the oceans
- or we can just do it.
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