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New Zealand’s fossil record suggests more species lived in warmer waters. But the current rate of warming may break this pattern

By Tom Womack, PhD Candidate, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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New Zealand’s conservation needs to consider the long-term impact of climate change and focus not only on protecting native species but on preserving ecological richness.

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