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Overfishing is the act of taking more fish species than needed. Overfishing has become deadlier in later years, causing species to become scarce.

The Effects of Overfishing[edit]

Overfishing has caused the numbers of certain fish species to decline. Other reasons for this include Aquaculture and lack of sufficient laws. Since Overfishing causes fish species to become scarce, it often backfires by causing the fish industry to decelerate in terms of work. Another consequence is the lack of enough fish to maintain social sustainability.

Fish Species in danger of Overfishing[edit]