Animals are likely to benefit most from climate change

While climate change is expected to have large-scale consequences become extinct, some animals might do better than others. Some creatures are even reaping the benefits of the changing climate and could drastically change the ecosystem as we know it. This animals are called the ‘winners’ of climate change and is likely to thrive under the new conditions. The species most likely to survive or even thrive are those that reproduce rapidly, have no sensitive habitat requirements and have a non-fussy diet. Most species that meet the criteria are insects and rodents, and many are considered invasive. Introducing the five species that could win the race against climate change.


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