Is it true that warm temperatures can make fish more aggressive?



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    While there is still a lot of research going on for this topic, it has been suggested that especially in coral reef fish, warmer waters are making fish more aggressive.  It is thought that fish can be 30 times more active and aggressive simply from a one to two degree change in the water.  This brings a whole to realm to the effects of changing temperatures on animals.  This creates the idea that their personalities can vary greatly as well as their habitats and food supplies.  

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