How COVID has changed ocean life

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How COVID has changed ocean life

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This article is explaining how a team of animal researchers are going to track the effects of COVID on wildlife. They will be using trackers on certain species such as mammals, birds, and marine mammals as well. They are investigating to see how lack of human traffic will affect them, in a positive way. This goes for water mammals as well. This article is important because it shows the different forms of wildlife that can be affected by COVID from land to water animals.

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Environment and the Pandemic>Effects on Wildlife
Pandemic Pets>Our Wild Animal Friends

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This item was submitted on April 3, 2021 by Joan Church using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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