Humans Have Changed The Sound of The Ocean

Humans not only change the planet’s surface and temperature, but also sound in the ocean, according to a newly published study.

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The researchers found that changes in the ocean’s sound affect many marine organisms, from tiny shrimps to giant whales.




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