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Crisis in global oceans as populations of marine species halve in size since 1970

16 September 2015

Marine species around the world, including populations of fish critical to human food security, are in potentially catastrophic decline according to research published today.

WWF’s Living Blue Planet report, an updated study of marine mammals, birds, reptiles and fish, shows a decline of 49 per cent in the size of marine populations between 1970 and 2012. As well as being disastrous for ecosystems, these findings spell trouble for all nations, especially people in the developing world who depend heavily on the ocean’s resources.


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