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Carbon dioxide pollution is also being absorbed by the ocean, causing its chemistry to change and become more acidic.This spells trouble for marine animals that are now having difficulty building shells, growing and sometimes even surviving in increasingly corrosive waters.
Official catch data from FAO rarely includes small-scale, sport or illegal fishing and does not count fish discarded at sea.
In the end, large-scale actions to help seabirds could also go a long way in cleaning-up our increasingly trashed marine ecosystems.
"The oceans are still woefully under protected and fisheries need greater management and enforcement.
"We can see how industrial fisheries from developing countries are robbing these people of livelihoods and food.
We can also see, that in efforts to stem declines, we have been using more and more bycatch that was once thrown away." Seabirds have been around for sixty million years, and they are true survivalists: circumnavigating the globe without rest, diving more than 200 meters in treacherous seas for food, braving unpredictable weather and finding their way with few, if any, landmarks.