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Fussy fish can have their coral and eat it too

1 month ago   |   By British Ecological Society

The study was led by Dr Chancey MacDonald at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University .
Dr MacDonald said it's increasingly difficult for species to deal with rapidly changing environments across the globe. He said while some species are likely to find refuges in marginal environments, survival may be difficult-especially if they're fussy eaters.
“Some animals are likely to be pushed close to the borders of their environmental range, where living will be more difficult,” Dr MacDonald said.
“On coral reefs this could mean fish move to deeper waters, where...
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