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Report warns of major shifts in wildlife behavior, 'cascading' ecosystem effects

Climate change is forcing wildlife to change their behavioral patterns at a faster clip than what was observed as recently as a few years ago, according to a report by the U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona State University and the National Wildlife Federation. As a result, species are entering crucial life events such as flowering, laying eggs or migrating at different times and in different locations, subjecting them to new stressors that threaten their survival, the report says.


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