Beautiful Shells and their Connection to the Reef

Authors

  • Chrissy Grant

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1017/qre.2022.2

Keywords:

Shells, reflection

Abstract

Shells are beautiful! They are really ingenious in the way that they are made and the animals they house. The shells grow with the animal, from tiny little shells to a great big shell. An animal wasn’t born that big, so the large shells have been there for years.

Author Biography

Chrissy Grant

Chrissy Grant is an Aboriginal (Eastern Kuku Yalanji) and Torres Strait Islander (Mualgal from Moa Island) Elder. She has worked on GBRMPA projects, including the Strong Peoples — Strong Country Framework, and is a Member of the Tourism Reef Advisory Committee and the Reef 2050 Advisory Committee for the Great Barrier Reef.

References

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Published

2021-12-01

How to Cite

Grant, C. (2021). Beautiful Shells and their Connection to the Reef. Queensland Review, 28(2), 80–81. https://doi.org/10.1017/qre.2022.2

Issue

Section

Reef and Rainforest Reflection