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Here’s how top predator species might buffer climate change impacts on biodiversity

Thursday 27 Jan 22 10:30am

 

SOMETIMES even a finger-length fish can make all the difference in an ecosystem. As many of the world’s wild places confront a double-whammy of a warming climate and vanishing species, new research suggests that predators as small as the lowly sculpin could help dampen ecological turmoil triggered by heatwaves.

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