They first heard the 'previously unreported' song in 2017, leading to the discovery of a new population that’s been hiding in the Indian Ocean.
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The animal’s tail and internal organs were missing and it was covered with visible wounds.
It is seen as a more cost-efficient way to take care of the country’s marine life.
Even as people gush over the glow, scientists and coastal experts say it could be an effect of climate change and might be harmful to marine life.
The live corals have been destroyed by illegal fishing methods, climate change and high levels of pollution dumped into the seas, says the country’s state-owned marine protection body.
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A study of 406 cold-blooded animals revealed that climate change is already pushing marine species to their thermal limits.
“When the fish are washing up by the thousands, people understand that it’s not healthy for them to be swimming or fishing in those waters."
“It certainly does suggest the North Pacific is warming up,” says one researcher.
The NOAA's 'Okeanos Explorer' just began its dive of the Gulf of Mexico.