Monday, January 4, 2016
Study Finds Predators Help Prey Evolve With Changing Climate
The agents who help prey species evolve quick enough in response to climate change could be the very animals that eat them. According to a new University of British Columbia study, predators are key to helping prey evolve with the changing climate. The study is one of the first to show that species interactions, meaning the way species interact with each other in an ecosystem, like in a predator-prey relationship, is important to understanding how animals will respond to climate change.
Read more from ScienceDaily - here.