Two species of songbirds that once made a home in the Bahamas likely became extinct on the islands because of rising sea levels and a warmer, wetter climate, according to a new study. The study presents a historical view of how climate change and the resulting habitat loss can affect Earth's biodiversity.
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Bahamian songbirds disappeared during last glacial-interglacial transition
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