Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 21, 2012

How Little Auks Are Dealing With Climate Change.

Little Auks are the smallest and most common seabird in the Northern Atlantic Ocean. Science Daily reports on how they have successfully adapted to climate change so far. They have altered their diet and have traveled further and longer to forage. However, there are limits to this type of adaptation. If temperatures rise at a faster pace as predicted it will exceed their adaptation strategies. Read more at Science Daily Arctic seabirds adapt to climate change.

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