Nguri – Indigenous rangers tell ancient stories of the Great Barrier Reef | WWF-Australia


n Dyirbal language, ‘nguri’ is a word used to say that an action was done in order to redress a balance. In light of the recent mass coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef, WWF-Australia travelled to Saltwater Country in Tropical North Queensland to share stories, memories and passionate calls for action with the Gudjuda and Girringun Rangers.

You can read more about the incredible work Gudjuda and Girringun Rangers do on the reef here: https://www.wwf.org.au/news/blogs/on-…

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