Is dynamite bad for the environment?



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    On land, dynamite can destroy habitats, release pollution, and kill creatures unintentionally. In water, dynamite fishing is perhaps even more horrendous. The process causes blasts of shock waves that ripple through the water and rupture the swim bladders of the fish, shocking them. It not only kills the fish, but many other organisms, and causes damage to reefs and other parts of the ecosystem. Dynamite functions as a blatantly excessive approach to hunting, by destroying vast swaths of wildlife.

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