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anonymous

  • one year ago

What challenges does fishing pose to biodiversity? What should be done and why?

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    Fishing means that the population of fishes is decreasing because we are killing them by the process of fishing. When the number of fishes reduce in the water, algaes increase and block the sun for the plants living in the water. Likewise, the number of some animals in the water increase which cause their foods to lessen. Thus, fishing too much interrupts the food chain, and the biodiversity. Limiting our amount of food for fish. Eat more vegtables, and less meat. Increase their size by genetic process, so less fish can be enough. Ex: 1 big fish = 4 small fish

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    Thank you!

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