Why?

♬ Skyward — More Than

♬ Skyward — More Than [song/music]: http://youtu.be/Dve8jROmdBY

♬ Jassy

This is the youtube account for this musician: http://www.youtube.com/user/JassyMB

This singer also did a song about: global warming, loss of fish, nutrient run-off = The Jellyfish Bloom Song!

The jelly fish song explains a situation like the ice age—except that instead it is normal fish life possibly going extinct and being replaced by jellyfish. If any fish survive that period, then if the seas change to a more friendly place for sea life, then fish may be able to re-stock the oceans of the world, but the lost species would never come back of course.

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Last edited in Mar 2017

Shortened link to article: ☆ Why? [songs and music]: http://wp.me/s10Tww-why

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