“Normally gobies breed up quickly and replace their
numbers. But in many areas which have suffered from
the effects of coral bleaching and other impacts caused
by human activity, many are largely missing today—a signal that something is seriously wrong.
UNCERTAIN FUTURE FOR BLEACHED REEFS
“Gobies divide up the ecological niches on the Reef very
finely—they tell us if the Reef system, as whole, is thriving or failing. Now, they are telling us that the foundations of the Great Barrier Reef and other coral reefs