Restoring ocean life

60% of the world's fish species at risk of extinction due to climate change

Previous studies had indicated that fish would be far more resilient - but this might not be the case. Image: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Dan Robitzski

Journalist, Futurism

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