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Telemundo: Impacto del Cambio Climático en Mamíferos Marinos

April 12, 2022
  • Malnutrition
  • Climate change

Impacto del Cambio Climático en Mamíferos Marinos

Publicado el 12 de abril de 2022

El aumento en la temperatura del océano y las acciones humanas ponen en peligro la vida de los mamíferos marinos, en particular, a los que habitan en las costas de California. 

Actualmente, el Centro de Mamíferos Marinos en Sausalito atiende a más de 100 animales que están siendo impactos por el cambio climático.

La costa oeste de Estados Unidos goza de una gran variedad ecológica que cuenta con diferentes mamíferos marinos que nadan y reposan en las costas de la Bahía.

El problema es que la crisis climática no da tregua y las crías de estas especies están siendo seriamente castigadas tras el calentamiento de los océanos.

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Impact of Climate Change on Marine Mammals

Published in Telemundo: April 12, 2022 (translated via Google Translate)

Rising ocean temperatures and human actions endanger the lives of marine mammals, particularly those that inhabit the California coast. 

Currently, the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito cares for more than 100 animals that are being impacted by climate change.

The west coast of the United States enjoys a great ecological variety that has different marine mammals that swim and rest on the shores of the Bay.

The problem is that the climate crisis is not letting up and the offspring of these species are being seriously punished after the warming of the oceans. 

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