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
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...