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New research reveals animals are changing their body shapes to cope with climate change

By Sara Ryding, PhD Candidate, Deakin University
Matthew Symonds, Associate professor, Deakin University
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‘Shape shifting’ animals are evolving to deal with heat – by changing the size of their ears, tails, bills and other appendages.

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