What is the importance of the sea in providing food for humans?
Many Asian countries rely on fish, etc., from the sea (part of their diet) as well as other countries. If we don't stop raping our oceans of every living thing by netting and throwing back other creatures of the sea that one doesn't want (some already dead) then there will be no more food. Seafood is good for people and high in protein and use to be cheap at one time, but not so today.
Sea anemone - clownfish Clownfish has a protective home that will not sting it, while cleaning the anemone by eating the algae and fish leftover bits inside. Flowered plants and bees or butterflies Bees drink the nectar from the flower while helping the flowers breed by spreading the pollen from one flower to another. Humans and domestic animals Humans eat animal products such as eggs, milk, and cheese, while providing food producing animals (cows, chickens…
Mostly human activity caused the Green Sea Turtle to become endangered. Many sea turtles were hurt, killed, or prevented from participating in their lifestyle by motor boats. Also, humans can destroy or pollute their habitat, as humans may dump waste into sea waters. Furthermore, the destruction of coral reefs has left scarce amounts of prey for the turtles to eat, and overfishing leaves them without food.
The importance of sea routes is to keep product and passengers safe while traveling on the sea. A sea route that follows the Tradewinds, makes it possible for ships to travel with the wind at their backs to reduce fuel consumption or maximize the use of sails. Sea routes also make it possible to reach destinations sooner.