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Adapting to climate change may put some animals in a ‘trap’

Species like African wild dogs are delaying major life events in response to climate change. Image: Unsplash/Catherine Merlin

James Urton-U. Washington
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African wild dogs have shifted their average birthing dates by 22 days. Image: Bobby-Jo Vial


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Warmer denning periods have led to fewer African wild dog pups surviving. Image: Peter Blinston
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