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Unique wildlife species face mass extinction if climate change is not tackled, say researchers

Unique wildlife species face mass extinction if climate change is not tackled, say researchers

Lemurs in Madagascar face a serious threat from climate change (Photo: Getty/AFP/Alberto Pizzoli) Scores of unique plants and animals from some of the world’s most biodiverse regions will be wiped out by global warming of more than 3C, a study warns. The groundbreaking research considered the fate of plants and animals who...

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