Whale shark population sees decline of 63% in Indo-Pacific region

Whale shark population sees decline of 63% in Indo-Pacific region

Wildlife Trust of India announced that the population of whale sharks has seen a decline by 63 percent over the last 75 years, in the Indo-Pacific region. The population of the largest living fish in the world has been affected due to climate change, oceanic pollution and rampant fishing.

Clara
Clara
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porcus 1 months

Probably more from the rampant overfishing and pollution than the "climate change".

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God damn it japan, I'm blaming you... and China (the pollution and overfishing from them I'd outrageous)... In other words: god damn it Asia!

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