Dolphins Global Warming and climate change

Dolphins live everywhere except in the Arctic and Antarctic oceans.

They prefer living in warmer climates, 45 degrees North and South of the Equilateral line.

Global Warming

An increase in the overall temperature of the earths atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide and other pollutants.

How are the dolphins affected by Global Warming and Climate Change

The increasing amount of greenhouse gases mean the atmosphere is retaining more heat and so if is that the planet is warming up... Climate Change, driven by the greenhouse effect, is a fundamental threat to dolphins.

The climate change is changing so fast that some dolphin populations may be unable to adapt to it.

The climate change will affect dolphins including temperatures, prey availability and many other ways.

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