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Hawksbill turtle Scientific name: Eretmochelys imbricata Food: sponges, mollusks, jellyfish, seaweed, etc. Location: Coral reefs in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Ocean. Type of reproduction: Sexual After: It causes imbalance in the population of these turtles in 2 factors: 1. The nest temperature determines the gender of the descendence. The cold temperature favors the birth of males and the hot temperature favors the birth of females, so the temperature changes cause the birthing of females 2.La frequency of rainfall causes flooding in their nests.
Bluefin Tuna Scientific name: Thunnus obesus Feeding: Smaller fish such as anchovies and sardines, plankton, seaweed, etc. Habitat: warm, tropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Type of reproduction: Sexual El Niño affects tuna populations because they are very sensitive to the temperature of the sea, however it has been observed that this oceanographic phenomenon helps to rejuvenate the population that increase even up to 40%.
Capuchin monkey Scientific name: Cebus capucinus Food: Fruits and insects Location: Central America and a small portion of South America Type of reproduction: Sexual In the tropical jungle the average annual of precipitation is of 3000 mm and temperatures ranging from 22.0 ° C to 31.2 ° C , but with El Niño the precipitation increased.
Capibara Scientific name: Cebus capucinus Food: Grass and plants Location: From South America east of the Andes in the Orinoco River, the Amazon and the Rio de la Plata; covering from eastern Venezuela and Guyana to Uruguay and northern and central Argentina. Type of reproduction: Sexual After: The capybara spend most of their time in the water but now the phenomenon of "El Niño" will make the water temperature lower than 2c.
Sardine Scientific name: Sardina pilchardus. Habitat: It lives in tropical climates between 23 ° C - 27 ° C temperature in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Food: It feeds on plankton that filters through the gill rakers that ofter the first gill arch. Type of reproduction: Sexual The Pacific Ocean is the most affected by El Niño in the heat of those waters and sardines are affected as they migrate to the Pacific in search of food.
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