In some parts of the United States climate change has already pushed species out of their usual habitats to look for cooler ground. The American goldfinch and the gray snapper are two species that have left traditional habitats in Texas and moved north. Whether it will become too hot for humans to live is much debated, but if the plants and animals we depend on for food, oxygen and fuel cannot survive it will definitely impact human beings.
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