Global warming: Otters, kelp and CO2
Maintaining healthy sea otter populations could put a dent in the seemingly unstoppable build-up of heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere, according to a pair of UC Santa Cruz researchers.
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#1 Sep 9, 2012
Otters? What about others?
Ans. Well, animals - except some of the human kind - do the right thing in the balance of life.
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