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if there was no fish what would happen?

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Adam Ibbitson

on 3 November 2016

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If there were no fish imagine what the outcome of this situation might be
catastrophic events
Well if there were no fish let's just say bad things would happen, because we and many animals rely on them as a major food source.
the end

A world without fish

There are very few positives to losing a very unique and one of a kind species. But one positive is there would be less salmonella because you mainly get it from under cooked/raw fish. Some symptoms of salmonella would be diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting. This can last for 4-7 days.
Adam ibbitson
How the loss would affect the world.
In this prezi we will discuss the topic of what would happen if there were no fish
There are a lot of negatives to losing fish like how lots of people and animals will starve do to losing such a major food source.

If fish went extinct then we would lose one of the most abundant sources of food that a large group of people depend on not just for money but food as well. For some countries this is a terrible. Many animals like birds would go extinct since so many of them rely on fish as a food source for example penguins, osprey, storks, and pelicans. The landscape would also change, the reefs would start to inchoate and many whales and turtles would become aggressive amongst each other. For some economies of island nations this would be cataclysmic as they would start to suffer because they would be impecunious from having no exports . Nations not on the coast that do not rely on fish as a major export such as Switzerland would be more prosperous than others.
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