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Context: According to a new study, many animals and plants unique to the world’s most scenic natural places face extinction if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
Key highlights of the study
In particular, the analysis shows that all endemic species from islands and more than four out of five endemic species from mountains are at high risk of extinction due to climate change alone.
Endemic species threatened by climate change include lemurs, which are unique to Madagascar, and the snow leopard, one of the most charismatic animals of the Himalayas.
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