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Why are the populations of young aquatic animals in an ecosystem often a good indicator of the overall health of the ecosystem?

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The youngs or off-springs of any specie are weak and vulnerable to disease and even death if their environment is not favorable, therefore the population of young aquatic animals indicate that their environment is healthy even to sustain the population of its aquatic life.

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