Animals are migrating further than previously thought, and it’s all because of global warming.
Birds, mammals, insects, spiders and reptiles from North America and Europe are found to be traveling the greatest distance in areas of high global warming. Those that can’t move or adapt are at greater risk.
Animals are moving to higher levels of altitude and away from the equator, meaning global warming is having a stronger effect on animals than previously thought.
This new information could aid in a model for species migration.Read more at University of York