Study links climate change to decreased fish weight in oceans

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Tokyo suggests that climate change may be contributing to a decrease in fish weight in the oceans, particularly in the western North Pacific Ocean. The warmer water temperatures have led to greater competition for food among fish species, resulting in a decline in overall fish weight.

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