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This undated handout picture released on Aug. 1, 2013 by the Australian Institute of Marine Science shows a researcher with coral in a tank at the National Sea Simulator, or SeaSim, in the northern cityof Townsville. The aquarium is designed to simulate ocean warming and carry out key studies on the deadly crown-of-thorns starfish devastating the Great Barrier Reef. The US$31.4-million facility was unveiled in the northern city of Townsville by Industry Minister Kim Carr, who said it was a vital weapon in protecting the reef and Australia's vast territorial waters.
Oceanarium. (2013, August 5). Manila Standard, p. B4.
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