Global warming will affect animals’ migration patterns. Three examples of this are the shrimp, clams and flounder. Shrimp can resist heat; as the oceans grow warmer, they will move more north. Clams and flounder, on the other hand, have a difficult time resisting heat. As the oceans grow warmer, they will be forced to move more north as well, in order to find colder water.
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