Lizard Starvation, Extinction Tied To Climate Change

National Public Radio: Scientists who study lizards say many local populations around the world are going extinct. And the cause, they suspect, is climate change. Scientists have predicted that warmer temperatures could endanger some kinds of plants and animals. This new research, published in this week's issue of the journal Science, suggests the process is already under way. The news surprises experts who thought lizards would be more adaptable; after all, they live in some of the hottest places on the ......

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