European lizards may ‘disappear’ in warming world: Study

Agence France-Presse: Lizards may disappear from parts of Europe over the next century, as global warming disrupts their life cycle and breeding habits, researchers said Monday. While all lizards are not expected to vanish, as many as 30 percent of the current population could be lost, particularly in the southern ranges of their territory, said the study in the journal PLOS Biology. "Although these results might seem dramatic, we do not predict extinction of common lizards at the scale of the species, but we suggest......

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