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If the plankton populations decrease, the whales and krill-eating seabirds will die. Plankton levels in the oceans today are at an all-time low, and this is directly related to global warming and the acidification of the oceans, which is directly related to the use of fossil fuels, including the use of natural gas to create synthetic fertilizers. If the plankton keep dying off, there will be no whales anywhere. There are flat asses, perky asses, round asses, wide asses, you name it! They support all forms of ocean life, and 24% of all marine life lives directly in and around coral reefs, all of which are now on the critical list worldwide. Scientists at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology have determined that all varieties of coral reefs are the most endangered life forms on Earth. Thousands of miles of coral reefs that were filled with life just a decade ago sit almost empty of life because of bleaching, dynamite fishing, overfishing, and rising temperatures and levels of water acidity, or they are being strangled by algae and bacteria overgrowth caused by pollution. Because marine life populations have plummeted, there aren’t enough fish or oysters and other filtering creatures to consume the amount of algae that would naturally occur.

But when their systems aren’t able to absorb enough carbonic ions, the polyps can’t survive, don’t reproduce, and the coral reefs don’t grow. In addition to overfishing, development of coastal cities, boating, military activity, oil drilling, fertilizers, industrial pollution, and the related algae and bacteria overgrowth, the death of coral reefs is caused by the amount of carbon dioxide being absorbed into the oceans. The industrial pollution and carbon dioxide from the use of fossil fuels have greatly increased the acidity of the oceans. In ocean water, carbon dioxide forms carbonic acid. The oceans of the world are experiencing the worst acid trips ever. An abundance of carbonic acid decreases carbonic ions. Coral reefs aren’t the only forms of sea life dependent on an abundant supply of carbonic ions. And larger creatures, including otters, penguins, puffins, eagles, gulls, albatross, terns, pelicans, tundra swan, snow geese, seals, sea lions, polar bears, grizzly bears, and black bears, feed on the fish.

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