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Posted 09 November 2016 - 03:03 AM

It looks  like when you eliminate the predators , the combined  respiration of fish in the ocean , and consequently  co 2 emmissions go up.

 

please  see   http://www,sciencedaily.com   7  nov  SHARKS HELP PREVENT CLIMATE CHANGE 

 

So here is another  case of its best to leave nature alone , another reason why shark finning needs to be controlled


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