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Certain Fish Species Most Vulnerable to Climate Change

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Oct 3, 2017.

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    A new study looked at the data for 1,074 marine species and concluded that 294 species are at risk (by 2050) due to climate change. The worst off are the “Eastern Australian salmon, yellowbar angelfish, toli shad, sohal surgeonfish and spotted grouper. The researchers created a database to highlight the fish most vulnerable, in the long-term, of those important to fisheries worldwide.

    Read more here (story #2).

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