February 18, 2011
Anonymous, . "Extinction Lurks on Small Reefs. " Australasian Science 1 Jan. 2011: ProQuest Central, ProQuest. Web. 18 Feb. 2011.
In this article they talk about small and isolated reefs. They are seen to be less disturbing to humans since they are not near them. Reefs could be found away from fishing sites but yet the fishes that are on certain reefs could be extinct. The AIMS has found out that these reefs could cause extinction but it is not to that point yet.
Reefs are becoming extinct in certain places because of human population. Belief it or not people do not notice that they are the ones who actually destroy reefs. One way that humans are making reefs extinct is by throwing things into the ocean. Reefs have to live in clear water if not they could die as well as the global warming is making things worst.
"Threatened and Endangered Species - MarineBio.org". MarineBio.org. 18 February 2011 . Last updated: 1/23/2011 11:07:58 AM.
The extinction of marine species are at there highest due to the water cycle being messed up. Many species such as sharks, dolphins, fishes are becoming extinct because of the water and the human race fishing. Humans take a big part of extinction in ocean creatures and animals. This is a proven fact that humans mess up this world by doing things that harm others. The ocean was not created to fish up fish or to kill sharks and dolphins but since this is what humans think making money this way is good it really is not.
The ocean is a very beautiful place to find unknown species that we don’t know about. But if we go ahead and keep messing the ocean up by polluting what are we going to explore. Dirty oil spills and people throwing garbage in the ocean is not a result of a good cause. This website has many good articles to look in. Like on how fishing and killing species is a very big...