Reptile Extinction Proves What Climate Change Can Do

Softpedia: The reptile extinction waves in the Greek islands over the past 15,000 years, give a very accurate response of the way that plants and animals will react to the fast global warming, due to human-caused climate change, concluded a University of Michigan ecologist. Johannes Foufopoulos and his colleagues, wanted to better understand the consequences of climate change in the past, so they calculated the population extinction rates of 35 reptile species, including assorted lizards, snakes and turtles,......

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