High Water Temperatures Stunt Fish Growth

Presence Of BPA Also Affects Development

12 Feb 2022 by Local Press Report

Fish grow slower when exposed to higher temperatures and a common chemical in plastic, according to new research. It suggests that a combination of plastic pollution and global heating could have a concerning impact on marine populations. The study’s corresponding author, Frank Seebacher, a professor of biology at the University of Sydney, said the finding urgently highlighted the need for both climate change mitigation and plastic waste reduction.

Source: The Guardian

Source: The Guardian

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