logo

Climate change may drive 10 percent of amphibian species in the Atlantic Rainforest to extinction

Global warming could lead to the extinction of up to 10% of frog and toad species endemic to Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest biome within about the next 50 years. The temperature and precipitation regimes predicted to occur between 2050 and 2070 will be lethal for species that are less well adapted to climate variation and inhabit certain areas of the Atlantic Rainforest. Leer más.

 

Compartir en facebook
Facebook
Compartir en twitter
Twitter
Compartir en linkedin
LinkedIn