Adapting to a changing world: Coping with increasing ocean temperatures and their impact on marine life


Y. Song*

The Earth's oceans, which encompass more than 70% of its surface, host a rich tapestry of life, ranging from tiny plankton to majestic whales. Yet, the underwater realm confronts an unparalleled challenge: the escalating temperatures of our oceans. Within this article, we delve into the far-reaching consequences of increasing ocean temperatures on marine ecosystems and underscore the pressing call for adaptive measures in this evolving environment.

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