Global Warming

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by mandarin, 15 Dec 2009.

  1. mandarin

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    Copenhagen:- Nemo the clownfish is more lost than ever, thanks to climate change. Ocean acidification caused by global warming is destroying the sense of smell and navigational abilities of the little orange clownfish, pushing the species closer to extinction a report has found. Clownfish uses it's sense of smell to find it's way to it's host anemone. Ocean acidification and rising temperatures are destroying the coral reefs but on top of that they are affecting their olfactory senses, they are literaly unable to find their way home.
    Ten(10) species that will be the hardest hit are;
    Beluga Whale.
    Clownfish.
    Leatherback Turtle.
    Emperor Penquin.
    Quiver Tree.
    Ringed Seal.
    Salmon.
    Staghorn Coral.
    Artic Fox.
    Kaola.

    This is very sad, what will be next.:(
     
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    This is very sad indeed :(
     
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