Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 9, 2020

Why Deforestation Is Bad For Fish

Conservation Magazine recently has an article explaining how deforestation has a very negative impact on fish. They report

Fish rely on forests for their very survival. That’s because, in a way, they eat them. Debris from forests finds their way into rivers, lakes, and streams. The bacteria in the water break down the leaves and bits of tree bark and dead animals. Then the zooplankton eat those bacteria, and the fish eat the zooplankton.

Read full article at: Deforestation is bad news for fish. But why? | Conservation.


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