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How temperature guides where species live, where they'll go


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A new study could prove significant in answering among the most enduring questions for ecologists: Why do species live where they do, and what are the factors that keep them there? The ranges of animals in the world's temperate mountain areas -- often presumed to be determined by competition -- may actually be determined more by temperature and habitat. The findings indicate that species living in temperate mountain habitats could face even greater repercussions from climate change than previously thought.7-CxcSm92b4

 

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