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What makes foraminifera species sensitive to heat?
The children of the Maasai tribe herd the cattle Illustration:
The researchers: "Amphibians and reptiles that live in nature reserves around the world will be more protected from climate change, but are still likely to be damaged."
A new study reveals that an increase in the frequency of storms, along with a decrease in evaporation about 20 years ago, were likely significant factors that enabled the transition to permanent settlements and an agricultural society
This is according to a new report of the meteorological service, but at the same time the service's website is full of 'politically correct' formulations that minimize the human impact on the climate. Naturalness due to our invention at the seam between two climate zones
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