What marine life is found near the great barrier reef?

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Nov 5, 2017

Answer:

A great diversity of marine life is found near the great barrier reef.

Explanation:

The coral itself is a living organism. The coral is a medusa related to the jelly. The microscopic algae, photo plankton and zooplankton found near the barrier reef form the foundation of a complex food web.

The coral provide shelter for a variety of marine life, eels, sponges, other forms of medusas, and small fish. The small fish feed larger fish up to large sharks.

The great barrier reef is one of the riches environments for marine life.