Ocean acidification may not make fish act weird after all

New research upends earlier work on how ocean acidification might affect reef fish behavior

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Damselfishes swim on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. New research suggests that ocean acidification won’t impair these fishes' behavior, in contrast to earlier studies.

Fredrik Jutfelt/Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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