Some species are unlikely to survive climate change, study says

10/5/2011 | ScienceDaily

Climate change will influence whether some species survive, according to research from Brown University. The study found that more than half of 15 species of amphibians are likely to become endangered or extinct as the Earth warms, largely because their bodies won't withstand extreme temperature changes as they make the trek in search of cooler climates.

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