Coral Magazine announced that its July/August issue is hitting the shelves, or your iPad if you have the app (We do!). The featured article discussed how common reef fish and changing environments have altered the life span of fish in natural reefs. Here is the text of the article below (or click here to view the link with pictures!)
By CORAL Editors - Posted on 29 June 2011
Fish communities in the 21st Century living faster and dying smaller than in earlier times.
That’s the main finding of a recent study by researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society who compared fish recently caught in coastal Kenya with the bones of fish contained in ancient Swahili refuse heaps in order to understand how to rebuild the current fisheries.
Of course, modern fish communities are not v...