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Marine animals more vulnerable to global warming than those on land, study says

16:07 EDT 2 May 2019 | Science Blog

Marine animals more vulnerable to global warming than those on land, study saysEcosystems are in flux as rising temperatures affect where animals can live and how they behave. And a new study suggests that some species are feeling the heat more than others. An international team of scientists including Douglas McCauley, an associate professor at UC Santa Barbara, has discovered that marine animals are especially vulnerable to rising […]

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