Are all the animals in the Arctic affected by climate change?



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    Warmer temperatures in the Arctic mean a longer growing season, less sea ice and rising water levels. This has been witnessed to affect every studied species in this dramatically changing ecosystem from polar bears to seals, walruses, birds, caribou and more. Some species are pushed farther north in search of cooler temperatures, which creates a competition for resources with native species, such as the Arctic fox being displaced by the red fox. Some species, such as non-migratory deer, are benefiting from an increase in resources and are growing in numbers.

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