Fears for America's national parks as scientists discover they're being hit harder by climate change than other parts of the country | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Fears for America's national parks as scientists discover they're being hit harder by climate change than other parts of the country

Over the last 100 years, many of the 417 national parks in the US have experienced more dramatic effects than the rest of the country as the climate shifts, with hotter and drier conditions compared to their surroundings.

Researchers now warn that the trend could see many small mammals and plants become extinct before the end of the century if we don’t take action to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

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