23 Nov '11, 4pm

Global Warming Is Shrinking The Plants And Animals: A recent profile study made an important discovery for futur...

The most obvious example is that of polar bears, which large specimens have not been seen for two decades in the wild. Climate changes not only have a major impact on human populations, but also on sources of food such as cereals or ocean fish banks. The species of wild animals that can not adapt quickly enough to climate changes are at the most risk of extinction, with dramatic changes to ecosystems in which they lived. Researchers believe that a warmer and more arid climate will decrease the size of plants and animals, mainly due to decrease of water resources in their ecosystems. Over the past century, several types of animals, including turtles, tits, frogs or deers are becoming increasingly smaller. The decrease of Arctic glaciers in recent years has led to considerable smaller polar bears. Because their environment is shrinking they must adapt and become smaller so t...

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