The populations of large predatory fish that are among the popular for people to eat have been reduced to about 10% of their natural size by over-fishing. These large predators include tuna, halibut, swordfish, marlin, skate, cod, and flounder – and many populations are in danger of extinction if fishing pressures do not let up. Though less common on menus in the US, many shark species are also being over-fished, with a large number of species in danger of extinction. Reforming fishing practices and cutting back on demand for sea food are some of the most important ways we can protect our oceans.
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