Some, not all arctic animals cope with climate change
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When it comes to coping with climate change in the Arctic region, which is warming at three times the global average, some animals are more equal than others. Migrating Barnacle geese that fly north to lay eggs amid the Norwegian Arctic's craggy peaks and melting glaciers are adapting very well, thank you, at least for now. Reindeers, foxes, and polar bears, however, are having a harder time of it. Just finding enough to eat can be a struggle.
Some, not all arctic animals cope with climate change. (2015, September 2). Business World, p. S1/9.
Climatic changes; Migratory species; Ornithologists; Ocean circulation; Adaptations; Acclimation; Environmental impact; Temperature; Ice melting; Sea level changes; Arctic zone; Environmental restoration; International Union of Nature; Loonen, Maarten; Barrault, Sebastian; Tolle, Florian; Sevestre, Heidi
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