Morgan Tingley describes animal migrations in reaction to climate change

Publication: ABC News 

UCLA Expert: Morgan Tingley: Associate Professor, UCLA Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability 

Synopsis: ABC published an article discussing various weird ways climate change is affecting animal species. For example, polar bear inbreeding and bird ‘divorces’ have been observed. 

UCLA News: Tingley comments specifically on new animal migrations. “Species typically adapt in one of three ways … They shift their distribution, change spaces or move from one place to another when the region gets too hot (either to a cooler region to higher altitudes).” 

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