Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes
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Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes

A crimson rosella (Platycercus elegans), an Australian Parrot that is gaining more money as the world heats Kevin Dickinson / Alamy Endotherms are
The Quest to Tally Alaska�s Wild �Warm-Blooded� Bumblebees
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The Quest to Tally Alaska�s Wild �Warm-Blooded� Bumblebees

This story was originally published on Atlas Obscura. It is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Jessica Rykken is an entomologist at Denali
Why are some fish warm-blooded? Predatory sharks gain speed advantage
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Why are some fish warm-blooded? Predatory sharks gain speed advantage

Marine biologists have new research that reveals the answer to a fundamental question that has remained unsolved for decades: Why are some fish
Why are some fish warm-blooded? Predatory sharks gain speed advantage
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Why are some fish warm-blooded? Predatory sharks gain speed advantage

A GALEOCERTO cuvier tiger shark (Galeocerdocuvier) swimming at the surface while a biologging package was attached to its dorsal fin. The package