many fish today lose their sense of smell due to climate change

in #life3 years ago

most fish do selection of potential partners, look for seasonal habitats, and detect the arrival of predators around them. "Our study is the first to examine the impact of increased carbon dioxide in the ocean, the olfaction system of fish, from the University of Exeter Dr. Cosima Porteus. The scientists compared the behavior of young white snapper to current carbon dioxide conditions, with levels expected at the end of the 21st Century, when the oceans are estimated to contain up to two and a half times as much. Researchers see major changes in the behavior of white snapper that inhabit the water habitat with high acidity, ie not so sensitive to the presence of predators.

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