Far from It is easy to protect forests and rivers. It is very easy to block the trails. If you want to go in to do fieldwork or engage in any activities, you must apply for entering the mountain. It is easier to control the flow of people. It has a good and rich ecology, but Taiwan is an alpine island surrounded by the ocean. People can go to the sea or go fishing in different places from time to time, and even others go to our waters to fish.
The controlled force of marine protection is relatively really difficult to manage. Australia and Japan claim to have the most marine life in the world, with more than 33,000 species, but depending on how big the land and sea in remove background from image Australia is (plus Antarctica is covered by some of the seas they host), while Japan With a large latitude spanning from Hokkaido to the eastern seas of Taiwan, it is not surprising that there are many marine species in the above two countries. But Taiwan is different. Taiwan has nearly 3,000 species of fish, accounting for about one-tenth of the world's total, and about 14,000 species of marine life.
Taiwan's land is only 394 kilometers long, and the latitude span is also short. All the coastlines add up to about 1,600 kilometers, which shows the ecological richness of Taiwan. But these data may no longer be accurate, because every year the world's marine life is declining year by year. In the future, Taiwan may no longer have "fish" every year Take the most controversial larvae with high nutritional value as an example. The larvae are actually fish species of the Anchovy and Herring families. The larvae caught are not adults but fry, and larvae are not a type of fish. It is the collective name for these fry.