According to an international body of researchers, the world’s oceans may be devoid of fish by the year 2048. Fourteen researchers poured over data from UN reports dating back to the 1950s and data from current marine ecosystems to identify a aquatic population peaked in 1994, followed by a dramatic plunge. Indications are postive the ecosystem can rebound, but only through joint, political efforts on a global scale. Marine biologist Boris Worm says, "It’s within our lifetime. Our children will see a world without seafood if we don’t change things."
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