The world might see a mass extinction of primates if humans don’t act
Some 60 percent of species are in danger of becoming extinct, the researchers write, and a full 75 percent are in decline. If the effects of habitat loss, hunting and man-made climate change aren't mitigated, they say, our closest animal cousins will start to vanish in the next 25 to 50 years.
Concerns over first snow and common leopards found in same area
They are worried about the future of the snow leopard's habitat if common leopards begin to live at higher elevations in a warming climate.
Mass Oyster Die-Off in S.F. Bay Related to Atmospheric Rivers
The study, published Dec. 14 in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, is the first to document biological impacts of atmospheric rivers, which are predicted to increase in frequency and intensity under future climate change.
Speaking of extinct primates. I miss Paralith