Hypoxia is a common characteristic of the Baltic Sea. In a yearly cycle of algae bloom, death and decomposition the water is depleted of oxygen forming a notorously vast dead zone. Only a few can inhabit the low oxygen environment and most marine organisms flee or die.
In a manner of speculation I wonder are there meaningful relations between humans and marine ecosystems other than resource supply and demand? Is caring desirable when there are no rewards and advantages? Is it even possible to anticipate what fish experience?
Why bother making things that are neither art nor product?