Thursday, April 30, 2015

Dead Zones in the Atlantic

Dead zones in the Atlantic Ocean can kill thousands of migrating fish. There are areas of the Atlantic with very low amounts of oxygen which are expected to kill tons of fish. The levels of oxygen have been labeled inhabitable for most marine life.Scientist say that the only life that can inhabit these dead zones are microorganisms. Due to these dead zones, there can be a dip in the economy, commercial fishers will loose a hefty amount of money if all there product is dying to lack of oxygen. Fish play an important role in our lives, it is a source of food for most people and a way to earning a living for even more people. Without fish the economy can suffer drastically.

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