Migration of animals will lead to unpredictable consequences
When 13-meter gray whale was spotted in the Israeli town of Herzliya last year, scientists came to a startling conclusion: apparently, he came here from Canada, where increased in recent years temperatures have melted river routes that were previously icebound. The mass migration of animals can lead to fantastic consequences, according Azadnegar.
Scientists also have found plankton in the North Atlantic ocean, where it was not 800,000 years.
The incredible journey of the whale and the appearance of plankton in such an unusual place for him are the result of migration of marine organisms their the Pacific to the Atlantic via the Northwest passage. According to scientists, this is a worrying indicator of how global warming can affect animals and plants not only in water but also on land. Continue reading