Climate Change Affecting Toad, Salamander Breeding Cycle

redOrbit: Researchers reported on Tuesday that climate change is affecting the breeding cycles of toads and salamanders. They documented that two species were breeding later in the autumn than in years past, and two others were breeding earlier in the winter. Their study adds to a growing body of evidence that climate change is affecting animals. Other studies have found that some birds in North America and Europe are moving northwards as temperatures rise. Brian Todd of the University of California,......

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