There’s something that makes renting a coral house feel a lot more affordable than the average rental in the world, and that’s the coral reef.
That’s the fact that coral reefs can be pretty pricey to live in.
As the oceans acidify, the price of coral reefs continues to go up.
And while some properties are still cheap, a lot of the land and structures on coral reefs are getting bigger.
And it’s also not a very profitable business for many of the companies that are renting out coral reefs.
A study published by the University of Sydney’s School of Geography last year found that the average income for a coral fisherman is $200,000.
That means that the median income for one fisherman in the Great Barrier Reef is $1.5 million.
That makes it the fifth most expensive reef in the ocean, and one of the poorest places in the universe to live.
A few years ago, a survey by the National Trust for the Reef found that many people living on coral were being forced out of the coral ecosystem because they’re not making enough money to support themselves.
For example, some of the reefs are being destroyed, and some of them are getting more acidic.
So while the reef has been changing over time, the cost of living on the coral is pretty much unchanged for the past 40 years.
For the average household, the average rent on a coral home is $2,200 a month, and for a family of four it’s $3,400.
And that’s not including the cost for utilities, like gas and water, and the cost to buy a car.
If you’re renting a house, you’re still paying $600 a month for water, electricity, and a car for your boat.
But if you’re living in a house and renting out your whole family, you can expect to pay $1,000 a month in water bills.
It may not seem like a lot, but a lot is being paid for water that’s still in the reef.
The National Trust is currently investigating whether the water bill should be added to the rent.
“We’re trying to understand why people are paying so much water for their homes when they can buy a boat for $400,000 and rent a house for $1 million,” the organisation’s Coral Reef Programme Director, Dr. Peter Williams, told Polygon.
The problem is that the cost has gone up dramatically over the last 40 years, and now the National Parks and Wildlife Service has taken over some of those functions, so the water bills are going up.
But the reality is that in the end, the only way that the water will go down is if the people who live on the reefs stop buying houses and are just living off the reef, Williams said.
And if that happens, the next time the reef gets really expensive, that will be the last time we see that beautiful, beautiful place.
“You know, if the reef was really, really good, people would stop buying homes,” he said.
“The people who do it don’t have the money to buy houses.
So it’s a lot better for the reef to just disappear.”
The Great Barrier Island coral reef The National Parks Department is also investigating whether or not the government should be responsible for the cost.
They’re looking at whether the current rate of water bill increase is enough to cover the costs of managing the reef at the moment, which means they have to come up with a solution to keep it stable.
The Department of the Environment is also looking into the impact of a water rate increase.
The Reef Institute says that the reef is losing a lot at a rate of about 100 percent every year, and even though there is a plan to address the problem, the reef could be gone in 20 years.
And even though the government has already increased water rates in the past, it’s unclear how that will translate into a sustainable rate of increase for the next 40 years or so.
The reef is also getting a lot worse by the year, according to the Reef Institute.
In 2017, the Great Reef Institute recorded that coral cover on the island was down from 3,200 square kilometers in 2016 to 2,600 square kilometers, and this is a long-term trend that could continue until 2050.
This is an ongoing problem that’s going to be going on for a long time, and you have to look at the impacts of climate change, the impact on the economy, and then you have a lot to do with the reef,” Williams said of the effects of climate warming.
The government has pledged to invest $15 million a year in the Reef, but the funding isn’t enough to fix the problems that have been identified, Williams added.
“And that’s what really makes it really special and unique and it’s why we’re here and why”
It’s a really, truly fascinating place,” Williams explained.
“And that’s what really makes it really special and unique and it’s why we’re here and why