Entanglement of Marine Species in Marine Debris

Entanglement of Marine Species in Marine Debris e.g. abandoned fishing nets, dilapidated marine vehicles, etc,  with emphasis on suffocating species in the Nigeria Ocean Environment is an alarming subject to attend to with swiftness.

“The reoccurring activities or curricular calls for Emergency Response in an African sub-region lacking even the Techniques not to talk about the AALT model applied by the MIRENSEN in Nigeria coastlines.

Wildlife and Habitat Impacts

Entanglement of Marine Species in Marine Debris with an Emphasis on Species in the United States.

The entanglement of marine species in marine debris is a global problem affecting at least 200 species. Based on the literature reviewed in the United States alone, at least 115 species of marine mammals, sea turtles, sea birds, fish, and invertebrates are affected. This review of the literature focused primarily on marine debris entanglement specific to the U.S., incorporating over 170 reports dating as far back as 1928.

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