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Overfishing: Oceans Are Dying Overfishing takes place when the fish are captured at a faster rate than they are able to reproduce.  Today, 90 percent of the sea species at the top position in the marine ecosystems food c The World of 2108 By Captain Paul Watson. I was asked recently what I thought the world would be like in 100 years. The question was meant to solicit if I am an optimist or a pessimist. The fact is that I am 7 Billion Beasts Africa"s a mess. Doesn"t hardly matter what horrid scourge you"re looking for, Africa"s got it: genocide, civil war, systematic rape, dictators, corruption ... not that Asia is any better. Asia"s got Aquacalypse Now: The end of fish Our oceans have been the victims of a giant Ponzi scheme, waged with Bernie Madoff–like callousness by the world’s fisheries. Beginning in the 1950s, as their operations became increasingly indust Lex Natura By Captain Paul Watson. I have the utmost respect for the law. Indeed, it is our duty as citizens of the Earth to live harmoniously within a community of complex interspecies interactions in accordanc We Need to Stop Eating the Oceans By Captain Paul Watson. The Oceans are like the Goose that Laid the Golden Egg. As long as it was alive it laid a golden egg each day but then the greedy farmer decided to kill it to get all the Sharks: Predator or Prey? Located at the top position in the marine ecosystems food chain, sharks play a crucial role in the global balance of the oceans. Sharks are the lions and tiger of the oceans and as an apex predator, t
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Thanks to CO2 emissions, the smell of the sea is changing

Thanks to CO2 emissions, the smell of the sea is changing

30-06-2016

Changes to ocean pH mean that some organisms struggle to make shells. Now, the ability to detect crucial chemical signals is also being altered for some species. It has been suggested the acidic water affects...

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Half of Adélie penguins could be wiped out by global warming

Half of Adélie penguins could be wiped out by global warming

30-06-2016

Global warming may cause massive drops in the population of Adélie penguins in Antarctica, new climate data suggests. The tuxedo-clad birds breed on rocky, ice-free ground, and as glaciers receded over millions of years, Adélie penguins...

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Trade sanctions sought against Mexico in fight to save vanishing porpoise

Trade sanctions sought against Mexico in fight to save vanishing porpo…

29-06-2016

The Center for Biological Diversity today urged the Obama administration to immediately impose trade sanctions against Mexico to halt the country’s illegal trade in totoaba, a giant endangered and endemic fish. Mexico’s illegal totoaba fishery...

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Ocean acidification affects predator-prey response

Ocean acidification affects predator-prey response

29-06-2016

Ocean acidification makes it harder for sea snails to escape from their sea star predators, according to a study from the University of California, Davis. The findings, published in the journal Proceedings of The Royal...

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Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceans

Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceans

29-06-2016

A common close partnership which sees baby fish sheltering from predators among the poisonous tentacles of jellyfish will be harmed under predicted ocean acidification, a new University of Adelaide study has found. The researchers say...

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South China Sea reefs 'decimated' as giant clams harvested in bulk

South China Sea reefs 'decimated' as giant clams harvested in bulk

28-06-2016

Ornaments made from the shells of endangered giant clams, renowned in China for having auspicious powers and the luster of ivory, have become coveted luxuries, a trend which has wreaked havoc on the ecosystem of...

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8 million seahorses seized in Lima port

8 million seahorses seized in Lima port

23-06-2016

Authorities in Peru have seized more than 8 million specimens of dried seahorses destined for China from a container in Lima’s port of Callao. The seizure on June 7 of this protected species, valued at $3.9...

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Hong Kong airlines Cathay Pacific and Dragonair impose total ban on carriage of shark fin

Hong Kong airlines Cathay Pacific and Dragonair impose total ban on ca…

23-06-2016

Hong Kong’s flagship airline has finally bowed to public pressure by slapping a blanket ban on shark fin being carried on any of its planes. But Cathay Pacific, the city’s biggest carrier, and its sister ­airline...

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Thousands of sharks slaughtered simply for their fins to use in expensive soup

Thousands of sharks slaughtered simply for their fins to use in expens…

23-06-2016

Horrific images show thousands of dead sharks piled up on a market floor in Indonesia as workers hack off their fins. Sharks of all sizes were photographed at the Karngsong fish auction on June 21, in...

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Seaweed threatens Pacific coral reefs

Seaweed threatens Pacific coral reefs

23-06-2016

Regulating overfishing could protect Pacific coral reefs from strangulation by seaweed, according to new findings by a University of Queensland scientist. “Seaweeds tend to bloom when too many herbivorous fish are fished heavily or when agricultural...

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Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate the melting of Arctic glaciers

Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate the melting of Arctic glaciers

22-06-2016

The role of red pigmented snow algae in melting Arctic glaciers has been strongly underestimated, suggests a study to be published in NATURE Communications on June 22. White areas covered with snow and ice reflect...

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'Coral zombies' may spell doom for coral reefs around world

'Coral zombies' may spell doom for coral reefs around world

22-06-2016

Scientists have known for a while that coral reefs around the world are dying, and in a worst-case scenario they were counting on large, healthy-looking corals to repopulate. But a new study presented at the 13th...

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Hong Kong airlines Cathay Pacific and Dragonair impose total ban on carriage of shark fin

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