Acidity fries fish senses (audio)

Finding Nemo could get a little easier for the predators of the ocean. Rising levels of carbon dioxide are making the oceans more acidic. Researchers in Australia say that could make the little clownfish immortalized on film more vulnerable to the big fish that eat them. As KUOW’s John Ryan reports, that could have implications in Puget Sound as well. John Ryan interview with Jim Murray, oceanographer from University of Washington.

John Ryan, KUOW News. 6 September 2011. Audio.


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