Texas drought to take long-term toll on wildlife

08/9/2011 | Yahoo!

Entire wildlife ecosystems in Texas are struggling to survive amid the worst one-year drought on record, and many are likely to feel the effects for years to come as the rivers, lakes and ponds they depend on dry up. "It has a compound effect on a multitude of species and organisms and habitat types because of the way that it's chained and linked together," said wildlife biologist Jeff Bonner.

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