Sea Urchins and Overfishing Impact on Kenya Coast’s Reefs

Sea Urchins and Overfishing Impact on Kenya Coast’s Reefs

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An 18-year study of Kenya’s coral reefs by the Wildlife Conservation Society and the University of California at Santa Cruz has found that overfished reef systems have more sea urchins, organisms that in turn eat coral algae that build tropical reef systems…

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Fishing Boat Kenya. Photo Source: Waveriders

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