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Animals are shape-shifting. Don’t be surprised if you see a real Dumbo soon

Climate change is heaping pressure on animals to adapt physically, with longer appendages reported, say experts

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As the planet gets hotter, some animal species are growing larger beaks, legs and ears to better regulate their body temperatures.

This is according to a review published in the Trends in Ecology and Evolution journal.

Bird researcher Sara Ryding, of Deakin University in Australia, says climate change is not only a human problem; animals have to adapt to it as well...

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