Our oceans are teeming with life.
But such life is also facing pressures: global warming, pollution, overextraction of resources. Here, an automatic compilation of DW content on marine life.
Large numbers of fish have died in the Rhine River as a result of high water temperatures due to the ongoing heat wave. The cold-loving grayling in northern Switzerland has been hit particularly hard. During the 2003 heat wave, 90 percent of Switzerland's grayling population was wiped out. Now, there are fears the current bout of searing heat will deliver another blow.
Without water, there is no life. Water conservationist Rajendra Singh is bringing dead streams back to life in India. Thousands of dead fish have turned up in the Rhine River in Switzerland — fish are vulnerable to high temperatures as their environment heats up. And, an entrepreneur wants to drag icebergs all the way to South Africa!