Mass die-off in the Pacific as hundreds of sharks wash up on the shores of San Francisco

Mass die-off in the Pacific as hundreds of sharks wash up on the shores of San Francisco

Animals, Current Events, Environment, Nuclear accidents, Oceans & marine life, Toxic Water May 15, 2017

Mass die-off in the Pacific as hundreds of sharks wash up on the shores of San Francisco

Ohia.org reminds us that sharks are both scavengers and super -predators, who greatly assist in keeping the ocean’s ecosystem balanced. Sharks eat fish that are the “weakest, sick or dead,” and also “maintain prey species diversity” by keeping other predator species in check. A decline in shark populations not only threatens fishery operations, but can also indicate deeper problems within our ecosystem. This may […]

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