Do Humans Really Eat 300 Million Tons Of Antarctic Krill A Year? Why Are They Not Extinct?

It is reported that “Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is eaten 300 million tons per year by humans,” which is impressive.  Although Antarctic krill is a fantastic marine organism (according to incomplete statistics, there are about 500 million tons in the world), according to the statement that 300 million tons are …

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Major Research Shows That The Earth’s Ecology May Collapse One By One In The Next 10 Years! The Tropical Sea Bears The Brunt

According to a new major study, global warming will cause cliff-like “catastrophic” biodiversity loss globally if some greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced, and some ecosystems on the planet may collapse by 2030. In other words, the earth’s ecosystem may collapse one by one in the next 10 years, and …

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A Mysterious Beaked Whale In The South China Sea

Introduction Recently, the Institute of Deep-Sea Sciences and Engineering in the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences published a research paper in the journal Integrative Zoology, titled as “First live sighting of Deraniyagala’s beaked whale (Mesoplodon hotaula Deraniyagala, 1963) or ginkgo-toothed beaked whale (Mesoplodon gingkodens Nishiwaki & Kamiya, 1958) in the western …

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