Animal body sizes changing in response to climate change

To: Laurie Knight <>
Subject: Animal body sizes changing in response to climate change
From: Michael Tarburton <>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 11:30:35 +1100
G'day Bozers

So mammals are getting heavier. Are they coying humans or are we copying them. OR are we responding to the same stimuli?

Hope it wasn't the proff that said birds & animals -a s though birds were not animals. I suspect it was the reporter- they are rarely biologists.

Cheers &happy swift watching.

Michael Tarburton


On 10/02/2010, at 8:59 PM, Laurie Knight wrote:


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