Working Elephants Experience Soaring Death Rates In Face Of Climate Change

RedOrbit: Climate change models are predicting higher temperatures and months without rainfall, which could negatively impact populations of already endangered Asian elephants. Led by scientists from the University of Sheffield, the research team, matched monthly climate records with birth and death data to track how climate variation affects the survival rate of elephants. The results of this study were recently published in the journal Ecology. The team, which included members from the Berlin College......

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