Climate Change Affects Animal Distribution

Earthtimes: A report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences claims that 200 million years ago, mammals and reptiles lived in separate habitats on the supercontinent known as Pangaea, largely due to rainfall distribution. With few land barriers such as mountains, Pangaea was a huge land mass that allowed animals the freedom to roam wherever they choose. However, a team of scientists at Brown University have established that early mammals confined themselves to one area of the continent while......

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