Australia scrambles to save jellyfish

Environmentalists say numbers of fish are a fraction of what they once were due to overfishing.

    New quota restrictions for blue fin tuna are being discussed at a conference in Australia.

    Environmentalists say numbers of the fish are a fraction of what they once were due to overfishing.

    The consequences are already being seen further down the food chain.

    Big fish not eating little fish may mean more food is available for jellyfish.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    Lost childhoods: Nigeria's fear of 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

    Lost childhoods: Nigeria's fear of 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

    Many Pentecostal churches in the Niger Delta offer to deliver people from witchcraft and possession - albeit for a fee.

    The priceless racism of the Duke of Edinburgh

    The priceless racism of the Duke of Edinburgh

    Prince Philip has done the world an extraordinary service by exposing the racist hypocrisy of "Western civilisation".

    Why a hipster, vegan, green tech economy is not sustainable

    Why a hipster, vegan, green tech economy is not sustainable

    Improving eco-efficiency within a capitalist growth-oriented system will not save the environment.