Without successful breeding, the hornbill population will not survive, and will quickly become locally extinct.
Shaded valleys and other cool habitats could help save threatened plants and animals from extinction.
The number of Cape Rockjumpers’ are declining and the reason might be the weather.
It is crucial to integrate paleoclimate data into ecological studies. This will increase understanding of how species respond to climate change.
A robust technique using the wonders of digital media has helped researchers understand how threatened species like frogs are faring on our globally changing planet.
Given the global commitment to conserve biodiversity in the face of climate change, it is important to understand how biodiversity arises in the first place – and how it is maintained.
Climate change may threaten the survival of the Cape frog. The solution could lie in creating corridors for them to move to new habitats and more suitable climate spaces.