Extinction in the oceans - some examples - Deepstash
Extinction in the oceans - some examples

Extinction in the oceans - some examples

The organisms that make homes in shells are affected because the PH doesn’t allow for the formation of their shells. 

The tropics are diversity rich which is attributed to the coral reefs interaction with marine animals. Corals have a symbiotic relationship where another organism that makes their food, the acidic ocean makes the food produced by the organism toxic, so corals have to kick out these organisms, which leads to corals losing it color and food source, this is known as coral bleaching. This leads to death of the ecosystem. It is predicted the great barrier reef will be dead by 2050.

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