Tāi-pó-ta

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Tāi-pó-ta (Hàn-jī: 大堡礁; Eng-gí: Great Barrier Reef) sī thong sè-kài siāng toā ê hái-ta kûn, lóng-chóng hâm 2900-ê ta-giâm, 900-ê tó-sū, chiap-khùi 2600 kong-lí tn̂g, bīn-chek ū 344,400 pêng-hong kong-lí.

Tāi-pó-ta só͘-chāi tī San-ô͘ Hái (Coral Sea), oá-kīn Australia tang-pak ê Queensland hái-hoāⁿ. Tī 1981 nî, Tāi-pó-ta hong chí-tēng chò Sè-kài Ûi-sán.

Tāi-pó-ta ê hî-lūi ū 1500 chéng, nńg-thé tōng-bu̍t ū 4000 chéng, san-ô͘ ū 400 chéng.[1]

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái]

  1. Great Barrier Reef, World Heritage Convention.

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