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Thread: Some animals may do well from global warming

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    I'm just going for a walk... ElectricFetus's Avatar
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    Some animals may do well from global warming

    Perhaps global warming it not that bad, I mean sure we will lose a lot of biodiversity, but extinctions happen.

    Here is an example of a animal prospering because of global warming:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7390109.stm

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    yeah sure...like sharks...

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    I'm just going for a walk... ElectricFetus's Avatar
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    ...Killer bee, Malaria, etc, many animals will prosper.

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    Cockroaches. They luvs a good ELE.

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    cockroaches will do better with nuclear war

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    Registered Senior Member redarmy11's Avatar
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    I don't think they're that fussy.

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    even when close to fissile material?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmy11 View Post
    I don't think they're that fussy.
    http://www.bio.umass.edu/biology/kun...roach_faq.html

    yes they are

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    Registered Senior Member redarmy11's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobby Nobrain
    even when close to fissile material?
    It's just a free suntan for them little buggers.

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    cochroches need warm weather, so yes they will do better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElectricFetus View Post
    cochroches need warm weather, so yes they will do better.
    makes me wish I was a cockroach

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    your halfway there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikelodeon View Post
    your halfway there.
    I am halfway here.

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