Saturday 10 August 2013

climate change could be the end of marine cryptids

Sea life relocating fast in response to climate change
Extinctions possible as predators move into new areas
By Emily Chung
Many fish and plankton are relocating towards the North and South poles at an astonishing rate of hundreds of kilometres per decade in response to climate change, a new study has found. That is shaking up ecosystems and forcing the fishing industry to adjust.
Could this be the end of monster fish and any cryptids in the seas? There have been less and less sightings in modern times. They could already be extinct.

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