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1. WILDLIFE:

For some animals, climate change offers a chance to flourish

Imagine a planet where jellyfish rule the seas, giant rodents roam the mountains and swarms of insects blur everything in sight. It may sound far-fetched, but enough global warming is likely to change the distribution of wildlife on Earth. While species that are under threat, such as the polar bear, seem to get all the attention, others are beginning to thrive like never before. In the last three months, new studies have been published about killer whales, wandering albatross and trumpeter swans -- all of which appear to be benefiting from climate change.

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