Global warming can affect animal life in numerous ways. Rising temperatures, for instance, cause the population of fish, such as salmon and trout, to decline. These abnormal temperatures also cause coral bleaching, which destroys ecosystems and habitats for fish and other organisms. Water is affected by global warming, which also affects marine life. Flooding causes erosion and a reduction in the quality of water and droughts kill plants, which sea life needs for food and shelter. Droughts also destroy wetlands, eliminating breeding grounds for duck, geese, and other animals. Global warming also causes some hibernating animals to awaken earlier – or even not hibernate at all. When awake, these animals need food, and the food may not be around for them to eat.
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