alexa As their homes warm, salamanders shrink

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As their homes warm, salamanders shrink

Animals can respond to climate change in a variety of ways. They can move to a habitat more like the one they’re used to. They can adapt their physiology or behavior to the new conditions they’re experiencing.Amphibians are considered vulnerable to environmental changes because they’re always in need of moisture and they’re cold-blooded (the ambient temperature directly affects their body temperature). Woodland salamanders in the genus Plethodon are even more sensitive because these lungless, terrestrial animals can only take in water and exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide through their skin.

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