Scientists are warning that if immediate measures are not taken to protect sealife, we are doomed to life without wild fish and we have all learned by now the benefits we get from these species.

It is pollution, overfishing and climate changes that have already cut the number of wild sea life by 90%. The disaster is not being predicted, the disaster is happening at the time we speak. Scientists are warning that this could be the last century of wild seafood and that all the fish and shell fish we eat today could be vanished by the year 2050.

If we lose this biodiversity we may as well say goodbye to our lives. The disappearing ocean species trend is not slightly increasing but it is accelerating and this is what is frightening.

The depletion of the oceans will not only affect food supplies but also the lives of those in the fishing industry and human health generally. Misbalance in marine life will decrease the ocean's ability to break down sewage and aid the growth of toxic algae and the spread of disease.

Overfishing is the most worrisome problem at the moment as fish demands have increased in the last 30 years but pollution and climate changing are two other important factors that are influencing this negative trend.

Certain actions need to be taken. For starters, simple steps could be effective. Establishing marine reserves and controlling pollution could make a difference.