These Fish Keep Forests Alive—And Fishing Threatens Them

Published 7 Jul 2018, 18:01 BST
These Fish Keep Forests Alive—And Fishing Threatens Them

Scientists have found that many South American forests rely on large fish to transport their seeds—and that may put them at risk.

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