The biggest fish, the world’s largest fish, are the Atlantic cod and the bluefin tuna.
They are the most important for the entire ocean ecosystem.
The Pacific cod has more than twice the population of the Atlantic and is the world ‘s largest fish.
The biggest tuna is the tiger shark and has been known to eat hundreds of millions of fish.
These fish are the main source of food for fish in many coastal countries and they also contribute to many fisheries.
But they are not the only species that are facing problems in the seas.
In addition to the big fish, there are many smaller fish.
For example, there is a group of marine mammals called the seabirds that live in deep waters, like the Arctic, but their numbers have declined dramatically.
They have been caught by trawlers and drift nets in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, and they have been the main target of climate change-induced mortality.
The Arctic seabird has been the most affected by climate change, with its populations falling by more than 60% in the past 50 years.
And it is the species that has the least control over climate change.
The Atlantic cod is a large fish that can weigh up to 1,000kg and measures around 20cm long.
Its teeth are long and sharp, and it has a large head and a long snout.
The tiger shark is a smaller fish that measures around 2.5cm long, has a thin shell and a very sharp tail.
It has a strong gill system and can move its body with great speed.
There are more than a million species of sea turtles, including the giant sea turtles found in the Atlantic.
The bluefin has been a favourite among many of the world fishing communities for centuries, and its catch has been rising steadily for decades.
Its numbers are increasing by leaps and bounds, and their catches are growing by more and more as the sea ice melts and the ocean becomes warmer.
But the bluefish are facing another threat.
Climate change has caused huge bleaching events, which cause large bleaching areas in the sea.
Scientists predict that by the end of this century, sea levels will rise an average of 2.4 metres in some parts of the planet.
That would be equivalent to the area of the Sahara desert.
Scientists have predicted that global warming will cause bleaching in the ocean by 2050.
But this is still a very big problem and it will affect many species, including marine turtles, which are the largest of all marine animals.
For some of the species, climate change will be worse than before.
The black cod, for example, is a species of deep sea fish that lives near the coasts of the Pacific and Atlantic, but its numbers have been decreasing in recent decades.
Some scientists have suggested that the loss of deep-sea fish could cause other species of fish to disappear, but these predictions are controversial.
The problem for the bluefishes is that the sea surface temperature has been increasing, which is causing the water to warm up, which increases the heat they can generate.
They will therefore be more susceptible to the effects of warming in the future.
And they are the ones that are already suffering.
The climate change affects the ocean environment through the changes that occur with ocean currents and storm patterns.
So, a warmer ocean means more water can flow around the edges of the oceans and this will affect the behaviour of many fish.
A warmer ocean also means that more nutrients will be released into the ocean, which will lead to more plankton growth and more algae growth.
The algae will also help support the growth of corals, which can absorb carbon dioxide from the air and convert it into oxygen.
There is a very good chance that these effects will have a big impact on the fish and marine animals that rely on these animals.
The bleaching of the blue and the coral is already happening in parts of Africa, Asia and Europe.
The consequences for the environment will be devastating for many species.
It could have major implications for biodiversity.
Some of the fish that are dying off are also the ones known to contribute to the fisheries industry.
They include the Pacific cod, which makes up more than half of the global catch of Atlantic cod, and the tiger sharks, which eat hundreds to thousands of tonnes of fish each year.
The ocean has a great capacity for taking carbon out of the atmosphere and this is what causes the blooms of carbon dioxide and the greenhouse effect.
It also has a big effect on the water quality, which in turn affects how the ocean behaves.
So the oceans are also being affected by the climate change we are seeing.
The world is now seeing more and bigger bleaching, which could have serious consequences for fish stocks.
There have been several studies which have shown that these are already affecting fish stocks, but it is difficult to assess exactly how widespread the effects will be.
For this reason, there needs to be more research into these issues, as well as understanding