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Warming Helps Pests at Native Species' Expense


Animals  (tags: australia, wildanimals, wildlife, climate change, native species, intrusive species, favored, habitat, environment )

Jacquelin
- 4073 days ago - news.com.au
As cane toads bear down on WA reports claim climate change gives the introduced pests even more of an advantage over native species. Human responses to climate change, such as increased farming in northern Australia, could also harm fragile birds and a



   

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Blue Bunting (855)
Monday March 24, 2008, 1:26 pm
So true! We have many more bugs in NYC than we would if we had a lengthy "freeze" last iwnter!
 

Judy Cross (83)
Monday March 24, 2008, 2:01 pm
Aw, come on. This is such nonsense. Weather and climate changes are happening because that is the nature of things.

The last time we had warming, it lasted from 1920-1940 and then it got cold again. I know...I'm 70 and I haven't seen anything I haven't seen before.

Sometimes its hot and sometimes its cold, but what is new is the Global Nuking that's going on through the use of depleted uranium munitions.

Did you ever think that maybe your attention is being diverted from something new and real, higher background levels of radioactivity to something that we have no control over?

Please, please wake up people.
 

Joycey B (750)
Tuesday March 25, 2008, 7:24 am
Noted. Thanks Jacqueline.
 
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