Lizards feel the heat

To see what is happening to cold-blooded lizards in response to global warming researchers have studied what is happening to lizard populations across five continents. They predict that under the most optimistic of scenarios for cutting carbon emissions, six per cent of all lizard species may be extinct by 2050. However, at current emission levels twenty per cent of lizard species will be extinct by 2080 and that will involve 39 per cent of the world’s lizards having vanished. The losses occurring now are not due to habitat destruction but to higher temperatures in spring, the time of year when the females need their maximum amount of food. The high temperatures restrict activity meaning less time to forage and underfed females do not have the resources to make little lizards causing populations to crash. The ecological consequences of lizard extinctions are unknown but significant.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.

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