Combination of humans, climate change hampered post-ice age survival: Study

PostMedia News: A new U.S. study that explains the demise of some mammals at the end of the last ice age might not bode well for vulnerable Canadian species that currently face increased risks with a warming climate. Researchers from Penn State University noted that species such as the polar bear and Peary caribou -- found in the High Arctic islands -- which are dealing with diminished numbers, may face even more difficult hurdles because of the relatively quick rate at which the Earth's climate is warming. ......

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