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Deep-sea fishing

As fish get smaller under Man's environmental impact, they become more exposed to predators, which means a crucial food source will become more endangered than scientists previously thought. Humans are changing marine ecosystems worldwide, directly through fishing and indirectly through global warming. Deep-sea fishing is one technique affecting marine biodiversity as a whole. VIDEOGRAPHIC

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