scientists predict that global warming could contribute to the mass extinction of wild animals in...
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Scientists predict that global warming could contribute to the mass extinction of wild animals in the near future.
An overheating world is creating a big change in climatic conditions and this can harm the delicate ecosystems in which species live. Threatened species can already be found all over the world.
The Marine Turtle, urgent global action is needed to ensure their future.
With diminished living space, elephants will be unable to escape any changes to their natural habitat caused by global warming.
This peaceful, bamboo-eating member of the bear family faces a number of threats.
The Orangutan is in big trouble, they may be extinct in the wild in a few decades unless we act quickly.
Climate change could eventually make it unsuitable for Tufted Puffins to breed.
The American Pika could be the first mammal victim of climate change.
Experts estimate there are as few as 3,200tigersleft in the wild.
Climate change is affecting home range, abundance and breeding cycles of manyfrogspecies.
Today, populations of nearly all the great whales are at depressed levels.
Thepolar bearcould disappear in the wild unless the pace of global warming slows.