Global warming poses most immediate threat to tropics, study finds – Los Angeles Times


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Global warming poses most immediate threat to tropics, study finds
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — Polar bears and penguins are usually the first creatures that come to mind when considering the likely victims of global warming, but a new study finds that fish, coral and other inhabitants of the tropics will be the first to take the
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