overfishing
Updated: 6/16/2020
overfishing
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  • if we over fish we will make the specie of fish will have nothing left and it can have a huge impact on our ocean and our world. because if we eat all of one fish, they will no longer be around to eat the fish that need to be eaten
  • 90 percent of all large predatory fish including tuna, sharks, swordfish, grouper, cod and halibut are gone. If overfishing continues, more species will be driven to extinction and aquatic ecosystems will collapse.
  • One-third of fish populations worldwide are overexploited or dangerously depleted. And in some cases, overfishing has altered complex marine ecosystems, creating a ripple effect down food chains. Not to mention, its effects are hidden and often difficult to study. When we clear hundreds of acres in the rainforest, we can see the devastation
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