The world’s oceans are littered with fish and invertebrates that can be hard to find and often end up in marine reserves.
But there’s another group of animals that’s getting a bad rap for the oceans: the ones that can’t survive on land.
We spoke to oceanographer Dr Stephen Stirling to find out how this group of marine animals are thriving in a warming world.
Dr Stirling: The animals that we’ve come to know as ‘aquatic animals’ are in great danger.
They are dying out in many areas of the world.
The ones that are surviving and are doing well are those that are at the bottom of the food chain, and the ones in the ocean, they are in pretty good shape.
One example is the brown-billed finch, which is actually a group of birds.
The population in the Atlantic is at its lowest point in decades.
These birds are dying in large numbers.
They’re going through a really severe population explosion.
In the Antarctic, they’re in trouble too.
They’ve been losing more and more of their population in recent years.
They haven’t been able to recover from the warming climate, and their numbers are now declining, too.
So the fact that these species are dying is a huge threat to the survival of these animals in the oceans, because it’s so bad that it’s creating this problem.
The brown-fins are really, really big fish.
The populations in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans are at their lowest point for decades.
There are now just five of them left.
They have been in the Antarctic since 1996.
They live in deep waters.
They can live up to two years.
They are a very diverse group, so when we talk about a brown-finned finch in the Caribbean, we’re talking about an entire species.
There are other marine animals that can survive on the sea floor, but these are the ones we’ve really come to realise are the hardest to find.
You can go to the supermarket and pick up any fish you see in a supermarket and it’s all brown.
There’s nothing there that’s edible.
But these are not only the animals that are eating the fish.
There is a very small amount of invertebrate life that is there.
They include some crustaceans and some crabs, and there are also other invertebeings, like sea lampreys and sea scorpions.
So the invertebrities are a little bit hard to come by, but they can be quite nutritious, and they have a very high nutrient content, too, because they live in the deep water.
If we look at the fish in our food chain in terms of numbers, there are lots of fish that we know about.
There have been hundreds of thousands of fish species in the world’s ocean, and we’ve got around 2.5 million of them in the marine environment.
And there are even more species in some areas of Antarctica that have only been discovered recently.
That’s why we’re seeing a huge amount of work going into the conservation of these species in many of the areas we know are in trouble.
As an example, we’ve been working with the Antarctic Institute to try and find out more about the populations of the white-bellied parrot.
Parsons and parrots are among the world the most important predators of crustacean crustaceas, and these are critically endangered.
It’s important to understand how they are being affected, because we can only know so much about what’s happening if we don’t have access to that data.
This white-belly parrot is an example of the diversity of crustacea in the Australian Antarctic.
A number of species of crustACEas have been identified in the wild.
These include the blue-birch sea turtle, the northern white-tailed eagle, the white sea lamprey, the red-headed gull and the brown and black sea turtle.
I have a feeling that, if we get a lot of data, it might help us understand what is happening in the crustACEa world, and also understand how we can help these species to get better.
What is the marine biodiversity in the tropics?
What’s going on in the tropical waters of the Pacific Ocean?
The tropics are really big.
The oceans are about 70 per cent of the planet’s land surface, but there are only around 30 per cent the area of the oceans.
So in many ways, the oceans are being pushed around by the land mass.
While there’s some warming in the region, it’s not going to be the same for a while.
The seas are already warming by about two degrees Celsius per decade.
That’s the fastest rate of warming in our ocean.
So there’s going to have to be a period of warming, because that’s the climate we live in.
For the past few decades