How species will, or won’t, manage in a warming world

Climate change simulations may predict which animals and plants can adapt and how scientists can help

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QUICK CHANGE ARTISTS  Some animals are managing to respond to climate change. In Finland, the ratio of gray and reddish-brown tawny owls, like these two rescued in the Czech Republic, has changed as winters have warmed. 

Libor Šejna, www.makov.cz

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