Warming Weather Could Make Arctic Fish Faster
Warming Weather Could Make Arctic Fish Faster
As sea temperatures rise, mammals and birds may lose their edge over the cold-blooded species they eat, as well as the sharks that hunt them.
Warming Weather Could Make Arctic Fish Faster
Warming Weather Could Make Arctic Fish Faster

As sea temperatures rise, mammals and birds may lose their edge over the cold-blooded species they eat, as well as the sharks that hunt them.

As sea temperatures rise, mammals and birds may lose their edge over the cold-blooded species they eat, as well as the sharks that hunt them.

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