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Animals including sparrows, magpies and deer are struggling to keep up with climate change as warming habitats knock out breeding patterns

Some species of animals are not able to adapt quickly enough to live in their natural habitats because of the changing climate, scientists say.  Populations of roe deer, magpies, song sparrows and the common murre were among those which the study said were at risk.  Although some species can adapt in response to soaring global temperatures, it may be happening so quickly that it might result in the decline of some species.  Read more.....

 

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