Monday, 12 November 2018

Is Warming Bringing a Wave of New Diseases to Arctic Wildlife?


YaleEnvironment360
Rapid warming and vanishing sea ice in the Arctic has enabled new species, from humpback whales to white-tailed deer, to spread northward. Scientists are increasingly concerned that some of these new arrivals may be bringing dangerous pathogens that could disrupt the region’s fragile ecosystems. Details here.
White-tailed deer feed on hay-bales in Manitoba.
A PinP photo.

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