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As a result of the climate change we see lots of animals and plants moving north. Here in Europe there are plants and animals thriving that were rarely seen a decade a go. Nature is changing fast.
I know that the salmon has difficulty in reproducing, in most European countries it has become almost impossible, due to the temperature rising. It would be interesting to see how the changes in the arctic sea has an effect on wildlife there.