Noisy oceans threaten sea life

| 04/12/2008

(BBC): Increasing noise pollution in the world’s oceans is threatening the survival of whales and dolphins, a UN-backed conference has heard. Experts say the noises sea creatures use to communicate are being drowned out by noises from commercial shipping, new military sonar and climate change. As a result the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals, is considering issuing a resolution that would oblige countries to reduce sound pollution. Go to article


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  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s so sad.  We’re destroying our world and we have no right to do that……we share this planet with others that we should respect.