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Galapagos Marine Life Being Hit Hard By Climate Change
By Matt J. Weiss, December 14, 2009 @ 06:24 PM (EST)
Source: Sciencealert
A new study has found that many Galapagos species have become extinct, and many more are threatened.

The team of scientists found considerable losses in the islands' biodiversity and attributed this loss to the combination of global warming and overfishing.

Several species of marine flora and animals have become extinct, and more are very close to extinction, including the very endearing Galapagos penguin.

More on the study here.

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