It won't quite be as bad in North America, where only 1 in 20 species will be killed off because of climate change or Europe where the extinction rate is nearly as small.

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  • Nearly all Madagascar’s lemur species ‘face extinction’
    Almost all species of lemur, the small saucer-eyed primates native to Madagascar, face extinction, an international conservation body warned on Thursday, adding to its growing list of animals and ...
    07/13/2020 - 10:49 pm | View Link
  • International conservation group designates right whales as critically endangered
    The designation highlights the need to protect a species that is believed to have fewer than 400 animals left, with only about 85 reproductive females, ...
    07/9/2020 - 11:24 am | View Link
  • Right whales are one step from extinction as warmer waters push them northward into boat traffic
    As the ocean warms, North Atlantic right whales are moving north to cooler waters in unprotected zones, where they die from vessel strikes and entanglement in fishing gear.
    07/9/2020 - 11:20 am | View Link
  • Being human to nature
    If you lose a relationship with nature, you lose a relationship with humanity.” The understanding of nature and being humane is not a hard nut to crack but we have not given a thought to it. We have ...
    07/7/2020 - 1:00 pm | View Link
  • Fish More Vulnerable to Warming Water Than First Thought
    Global warming looks like it will be a bigger problem for the world’s fish species than scientists first thought: A new study shows that when fish are spawning or are embryos they are more vulnerable ...
    07/2/2020 - 7:07 am | View Link
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