Deforestation harms freshwater fish, study suggests

06/17/2014 | BBC

Freshwater fish populations are being adversely affected by deforestation, according to a study in Nature Communications. Deforested areas lead to less leaf litter falling into rivers and lakes, taking away a key source of food for the fish, said lead study author Andrew Tanentzap of the University of Cambridge.

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