Humans to Whales, Birds, Turtles: "Get Lost!"

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Birds, whales and other migratory creatures are suffering from global warming that puts them in the wrong place at the wrong time. A warmer climate disrupts the biological clocks of migratory species including bats, dolphins, antelopes or turtles, said Lahcen el Kabiri, deputy head of the Convention on Migratory Species. He added: “They are the most visible warning signs – indicators signalling the dramatic changes to our ecosystems caused in part by climate change.”

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