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Study: Climate change could cause serial wildlife collapses; Great Barrier Reef seen as example

LONDON (Reuters) - Climate change could trigger sudden, potentially catastrophic losses of wildlife in regions around the world over the coming decades, and the first waves could already be unfolding, according to a study published on Wednesday. With human activity from pollution to habit destruction putting a million species at risk of extinction, according to a global research effort published a year ago, the new study homed in on the possible impact of rising temperatures. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-climate-change-biodiversity/climate-change-could-trigger-sudden-losses-of-worlds-wildlife-study-idUSKBN21Q27Y

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