Local populations of fish, mollusks and other marine animals are disappearing at twice the rate of land-based species, new research shows.
Sea creatures, especially those that live in shallower water near the coasts, are much more vulnerable to global warming than land animals, new research shows. The scientists found that local populations of marine animals are disappearing at double the rate of land-based species.
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Original Title: Global Warming Is Hitting Ocean Species Hardest, Including Fish Relied on for Food
Full Text of the Original Article: https://insideclimatenews.org/news/24042019/climate-change-fish-local-extinction-marine-species-hit-harder-land-animals-study-nature