Plant and animal species that adapt quickly to city life are more likely to survive
Understanding how species are changing over time can help us to better plan and manage for greener, more biodiverse cities. Image: Pexels/Werner Lojowski
Riikka KinnunenPostdoctoral research fellow, Biology, Concordia University
Carly ZiterAssociate professor, Biology, Concordia University
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