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Wildlife faces climate survival and breeding problems

Tuesday 11 Jul 17 10:00am

Climate change is likely to bring bad times for many bee species

By TIM RADFORD | Climate change could cast a dark shadow over the bees of Europe, with global warming posing sex problems for the sea turtles of the Atlantic. 

Two separate studies confirm the worries that rising carbon dioxide levels, and soaring planetary temperatures, could devastate the creatures of the wild.

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