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What are the harmful effects of ocean acidification on marine life, and why is climate change to blame?

Dungeness Crab species are losing their soft shells due to the effects of ocean acidification Image: Unsplash/Dan Meyers

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Dungeness crabs are having their shells 'eaten away' due to the effects of ocean acidification
Dungeness crabs are having their shells 'eaten away' due to the effects of ocean acidification Image: Science Direct

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