United Kingdom: Scientist: Moving species could save them

United Press International: A radical program of "assisted colonization" could save species endangered by climate change, a U.K. researcher says, proposing Britain as one destination. Chris Thomas, a professor of conservation biology at the University of York, says the strategy is applicable across the world. He suggests Britain as a potential haven for species such as the Iberian lynx, the Spanish Imperial Eagle, the Pyrenean Desman and the Provence Chalkhill Blue butterfly, a university release said Thursday. Each species......

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