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Global Warming Will Wipe Out The World's Bird Population

Global Warming Alert
First Published Nov, 2006

Birds' behavior has been significantly affected by global warming that even some migratory birds fail to migrate at all. It doesn't help that habitats for migratory birds have been destroyed, leaving the poor birds with no place to go. That's how bad the situation is at this point. But there's hope yet, according to conservation group WWF. That is if climate protection targets are enforced and the level of greenhouse gas emissions are lessened. Easier said than done. Until all these are set into motion, our birds would live in constant fear of being wiped out by the evil that is global warming.
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