A month or so ago I watched a TED Conference by Brian Skerry, a highly adventurous photojournalist, who also likes to capture glorious scenes below the waves.
However, lately he has been not only capturing the ocean’s glory, but also its horror. We might not think about it twice while going through our daily life, but what is really going on behind the curtains is a massacre of undersea creatures, which can endanger our oceans, and eventually our own lives.
National Geographic has captured the current circumstances in a self-explanatory term: overfishing.
Here is an article which explains more thoroughly the situation of the ocean from the beginning and also the future prospects of it.
Could future scientists make a change to save the oceans, and the entire biodiversity of our planet?
Photo credits: http://www.brianskerry.com