Experts have found that if temperatures continue to rise because of climate change, fish will begin to migrate from their habitats 65 percent faster. This will bring a huge issue in regards to biodiversity and ecosystem functions such as the food chain.
Scientists who have studied this are saying that something urgently needs to be done in order to stop the acidifying of the oceans.
Not only will the fish be affected, but the humans who consume fish will too. Fortunately, there is still time and opportunities to reduce these detrimental effects. However, if effort is not put forth soon, these opportunities will no longer be available.