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'Stay out of the flood water!' Bull shark found in road after cyclone hits Australia - Telegraph.co.uk

A shark found in the middle of the road stunned residents of a small Australian town following a deadly storm. The bull shark washed up on a flooded road near the town of Ayr, Queensland, after tropical cyclone Debbie battered northeast Australia.and more »

'Underwater wasteland' worries after cyclone hits Barrier Reef - Phys.Org

A powerful cyclone that smashed into northeastern Australia could have caused further damage to the under-pressure Great Barrier Reef, turning parts into an "underwater wasteland", scientists warned Thursday.and more »

Cyclone Debbie's cooling effect won't prevent Great Barrier Reef bleaching, scientist says - The Guardian

OceanWatch had expressed hope cyclone could have alleviated pressure the reef is under and prevented further bleaching. Elle Hunt and Joshua Robertson. Wed 29 Mar 2017 00.41 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 12.04 EST. Share on Facebook ...and more »

Real-life Sharknado? Cyclone Debbie washes up shark on Australian street - The Guardian

An Australian journalist covering flooding from Cyclone Debbie was shocked to come across a dead bull shark that was apparently swept up in the deluge. The WIN News reporter Philip Calder told News Corp that he was in the town of Ayr to shoot video of ...and more »

Ex-Cyclone Debbie has hit south-east Queensland: see how much rain she dumped today - ABC Online

After laying waste to the north Queensland coast, ex-Cyclone Debbie has unleashed a torrent of rain on south-east Queensland, causing flash flooding and putting the region in lockdown. Large parts of the of the south-east received up to 200 millimetres ...and more »

Fears for Queensland tourism industry after battering from Cyclone Debbie - NEWS.com.au

INDUSTRY operators fear for the state of an Australian icon after Cyclone Debbie lashed Far North Queensland and parts of the Great Barrier Reef. Emergency crews and tourism operators have been unable to assess the full extent of the damage so far on ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: Anger brews as stranded Whitsundays tourists say they are being ripped off - NEWS.com.au

TOURISTS are at breaking point in cyclone-hit Airlie Beach, where the local lagoon has filled with sewage, people are being forced to wash with precious bottled water and an argument has erupted over electricity. Supermarket Woolworths has set up a ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: Farmers can see crop damage but are largely optimistic - ABC Local

Damage to crops from Cyclone Debbie is slowly becoming apparent as the worst of the wild weather moves south. Many farmers cannot access their farms because of inundation but have seen enough to know their crops have suffered severe damage.and more »

Brisbane weather: South-east Queensland hit with flooding from ex-Cyclone Debbie - ABC Online

Parts of south-east Queensland have been hit with more than 400 millimetres of rain, stranding people in flash flooding and causing a second day of school closures on Friday. Intense rainfall is predicted on Thursday afternoon, before the weather is ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: Queensland reels at the scale of destruction - The Guardian

Those who could pack up and leave in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie did so at the first opportunity. As soon as flood waters receded and the highway reopened, five Danish backpackers in a hire car made a beeline out of the north Queensland strike zone.and more »