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Pikas are adapting to climate change remarkably well, contrary to many predictions

By Andrew Smith, Professor Emeritus of Life Sciences, Arizona State University
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Pikas – small cousins of rabbits – live mainly in the mountainous US west. They've been called a climate change poster species, but they're more adaptable than many people think.

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