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As  Discovery News  notes, two new studies predict that current shark populations could be reduced by as much as 44 percent by the year 2100, while those remaining will largely lose the ability to detect their prey. Rui Rosa, lead author of one of the studies, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, worked with his team to expose shark embryos to water with a higher acidity level, which is predicted by 2100. Carbon dioxide that is released into the atmosphere can be absorbed by the ocean, lowering the pH of the water.
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