Connect with us


How Global Warming Is Shrinking Earth's Animals

The world got hot in a hurry 56 million years ago. In just 10,000 years—an eyeblink of geologic time—temperatures shot up by as much as eight degrees Celsius, according to paleoclimate data. In one swampy lowland that is now part of Wyoming, the average annual temperature reached about 26 degrees C, similar to the humid tropical coasts of today's Indonesia. One of the locals, loping along in the heat, was a small, brownish animal, with pointy ears and long legs made for running. At roughly four kilograms, the creature was the size of a small dog, perhaps a diminutive terrier. It was, in fact, a horse.

Continue Reading
You may also like...

Content contributor for RR-Magazine and #UCLA dude. In depth knowledge of the latest technology released to the public. If I'm not writing the content then I have permission to post the content from the original source. When I'm not busy writing content I design cool looking tees and clothes. Owner of a prestige clothing store in #HancockPark,- #LosAngeles. The coolest dude from around the way. Office dude and beach bum. I can sew better than the average mom because I'm cool like that! #RockOn

Click to comment


RRM Spotlight


From 01/07/18 there will be a small price increase due to the new Etsy seller fees, for the quality & originality our Fine Art prints will still be a steal! Grab them at their current prices for a bit longer A5 £11 A4 £18 #QueenOf #Alternative #WallArt…

#JR train from #Osaka to #Kyoto Special Rapid services are #delayed for 50mins and local services are only between Osaka and #Suita. There’s no local service running between Suita and #Takatsuki. #Hankyu is supporting #alternative free transport for JR passengers. #earthquake


To Top