Eight Ways Climate Change Is Throwing Animal Populations ‘Out Of Kilter’

ThinkProgress: Well over half the country is suffering from extreme drought, and locally, pets and animals are struggling with the effects of climate change as well. Triple-digit temperatures have gripped much of the U.S. this summer, and extreme heat, which NASA`s James Hansen wrote is "almost certainly" connected to climate change, can have a serious impact on animal biodiversity, as food grows scarcer and a wide variety of habitats dry out. “The whole ecosystem is going to have to move north as the climate......

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