Life in the ‘twilight zone’ are in danger due to global warming

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The ocean’s mesopelagic zone, also known as the ‘twilight zone’, is between 200-1000 meters deep and full of biodiversity. Research based on past events of warming oceans showed that life in the twilight zone might be reduced by 20-40% by the end of the century. If greenhouse emissions continue as they are the twilight zone will see a major depletion in life in the next 150 years.

 

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