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Over the recent months there has been growing concern over the motality of the Antillarum. These white shell creatures can be seen covering the rocks and the seabed all over the Canary Islands but they seem to be dissapearing quickly, so fast that it is thought that 95% have been eliminated. Experts will need to be briefed to carry out a more detailed analysis of what is happening, to stop Diadema hedgehog as they are also known being completely eliminated. One theory is that the sea is an unusual temperature which is well below the average for this time of year. In August it is not normal for seawater to be only 20 degrees, as present the water is a lot cooler which could have provoked a virus or bacteria which is not helping its development