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Chasing Coral Netflix Documentary

Discussion in 'Physical & Life Sciences' started by KomatiiteBIF, May 12, 2020.

  1. KomatiiteBIF

    KomatiiteBIF Well-Known Member

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    Suspenseful, and eye opening.

    It's really incredible how much damage we are conducting through global warming.

     
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  2. FrumiousBandersnatch

    FrumiousBandersnatch Well-Known Member

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    Yes, coral seems to be the 'canary in the coal mine' here. We may not lose it all, because there are some corals that can cope with higher temperatures, but we're likely to lose most of the spectacular coral ecosystems, which is worrying from the point of view of diversity and fish stocks as well as losing a wonder of the world.
     
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