As oceans absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, scientists say, fish ears may get bigger. It's unknown whether that will be bad or good for the fish. Listen up! Carbon dioxide being absorbed by the oceans is having a puzzling effect on fish -- their ears get bigger.
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