Study: Global warming threatens small mammals

05/26/2010 | CNN

U.S. researchers found that the last wave of global warming about 12,000 years ago depleted small mammal populations, and biodiversity may already be at a "tipping point." The study's co-author said, "The small-mammal community that we have is really resilient, but it is headed toward a perturbation that is bigger than anything it has seen in the last million years."

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