Fish relocating to colder waters as a result of global warming, study says

A blue lined surgeonfish forages amongst dead coral off the island of Embudu on Dec. 15, 2019 near Male, Maldives. Some parts of the Maldives are believed to have lost up to ninety per cent of corals because of changing conditions such as rising sea water temperature. (Carl Court/Getty Images/TNS)

LONDON — Fish populations are relocating to colder waters in the north and south poles as a result of global warming, research has found.