Never mind the fact there has been no global temperature growth for more than 15 years.

Via IB Times:

Climate change not only takes toll on Arctic sea ice, but the rise in the planet’s temperature could also harm large reef fish, according to a recent study.

Researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University in Australia found that the warming of the ocean could reduce the swimming ability of fish species, which could hinder their growth and reproduction.

The study found that increased ocean temperatures may cause large fish to become lethargic, spending more time resting on the bottom and less time swimming for food and reproduction opportunities.

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