Climate change may even threaten one of the world’s most resilient lizards

Climate change may even threaten one of the world’s most resilient lizards

Climate change may even threaten one of the world’s most resilient lizards

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Bahamian anole lizards are popular exotic pets and are found throughout the Western Hemisphere, suggesting that they are extremely adaptable creatures. A new study suggests that their adaptability may not extend to the temperature changes predicted by climate change models.

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