More sharks are caught yearly than is sustainable, but efforts to mitigate those losses have been met with opposition for decades.
The ship ran aground on January 17th, and it wasn't until March 29 that salvage teams finally were able to remove the 223-foot ship after sectioning it on the reef.
When the reef outlook is usually negative, it's nice to see a study that doesn't spell total doom.
In the last three decades, China has seen staggering economic growth, but it's come at a cost.
The world's largest reef has farmers to blame for its decline.
Thanks to the dynamic duo of overfishing and climate change, Caribbean reefs are on the brink of death.