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Researchers identify West's wildlife that can cope with climate change

from Durango Herald

Species adapt to long-term, predictable stressors through natural selection: They evolve. For example, desert bighorn sheep living in the Sonoran Desert have developed the ability to store water in their stomachs for several days between drinks. They can even skip drinking altogether for months during the winter, relying on the plants they eat for moisture. But because of climate change, the stressors that wild animals face are becoming less predictable and more variable. more


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