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First Mammal Extinction by Climate Change | National Geographic ctm magazine

The Bramble Cay melomys, also called the mosaic-tailed rat, is likely the first mammal to go extinct because of human-induced climate change.
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Read more in “First Mammal Species Goes Extinct Due to Climate Change” from National Geographic News: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/06/first-mammal-extinct-climate-change-bramble-cay-melomys/

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  • H3AVYHAUL3R on January 26, 2017

    something greater than climate change created by humans is going on…science needs to tell the real truth, if they are allowed….

  • Vegan Tony on January 26, 2017

    Go plant based

  • ElectricFan91 on January 26, 2017

    I remember those rodents. A team of scientists wanted to have them taken into protection but their paperwork took six months and when they arrive on the one island the rodents are indigenous to, they couldn't find them anywhere.

  • Edgar W on January 26, 2017


  • my Æss on January 26, 2017

    i hate humans

  • Samurott on January 26, 2017

    We're doomed. Trump doesn't think climate change is real.

  • fatsamcastle on January 26, 2017

    Put them on the list. Plenty of extinctions in the anthropcene

  • joker rc on January 26, 2017

    Climate Change is a load of shit , no proof , its nothing more then elites in EU trying to create one world order , using this crap to fool everyone , there is no evidence of global warming , its getting cooler if anything ,,

  • joker rc on January 26, 2017

    they keep saying carbon as if its dirty , its a brain washing program , killing off plant food , lol no everyone will fall for the bull shit , this is about a one world government controlling us all , this is just the start , Trump is a spanner in the works of this elite trash in EU ,

  • Matt Miller on January 26, 2017

    This is fake news! The climate has always changed. What is the right temp? The tolerance on thermometers is more than the fluctuation of the earths temperature. You can't prove this. Do some real science and show us the facts.

  • Nebula on January 26, 2017

    Climate change isn't real Jesus thought that that creature was useless so he decided to kill every single one of them. Children don't believe in government conspiracies they tell you the earth is round but it's flat I know Jesus told me like yesterday when I went mushroom pickin

  • SlipKnotRicky on January 26, 2017

    From now on, any species that goes extinct must be blamed on C-LIE-mate Change!
    Probably the millions of species that died before man appeared on the planet was also caused by man………….

  • Jermaine Williams on January 26, 2017

    A rat?

  • Ardiak Beltz on January 26, 2017

    Money, money, money..all to a fucking pieces of metal & paper..and we use the name of homo sapience..XD
    We create to much ilusions..the value change, countries, religions..maybe in the past we need it but with the actual knowlege continue with it..we need go all to asylum..

  • Dantick09 on January 26, 2017

    Nooooooooo! I just learned golden toads even exited and now they are gone! NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

  • Mr Spork on January 26, 2017

    the alt rights nutty comments just made me stupid and now i have to leave cuz i dont believe in this stuff anymore…oh wait never mind im ok…keep on viewing/commenting trolls, your making nat geo even more money/power/influence…thats why i never visit your flat earth videos

  • 여기저기 구경하기 on January 26, 2017

    우리가 모르는 것들 ..

  • Cubosoide on January 27, 2017

    extremly sad

  • Madison Bumgarner on January 27, 2017

    Yeah, right.

  • Amir KB on January 27, 2017

    Now climate deniers reinforce their beliefs by "This is lie and another conspiracy"

  • Kendrick Raphael Ticoalu on January 27, 2017

    and thats why you should not use the air conditioner too much

  • Nameless on January 27, 2017

    Just think of all the animals we didn't even know existed that went extinct.

  • Sophie Cron on January 28, 2017

    Instead of arguing whether we have caused climate change or not (despite the fact there is irrefutable evidence that we do), perhaps we should consider the consequences of the warming regardless of its causes. Should we not still be making an effort to protect the species and habitats of this world, and prevent the increased occurrence of extreme weather events that accompany warming? Many parts of the world are predicted to suffer from more droughts, pollinators of our crops are declining, sea levels will rise and flood cities. This will not only affect all these species, but also affect us.
    There is extensive evidence that we CAN mitigate the extent of climate change, which will mitigate its many, many consequences too. So why are we arguing about whether or not it is our fault? Surely we should want to prevent it, or at least slow it down, regardless?

  • MinhTrang Nguyen on January 30, 2017

    well done, human

  • TheLegend 27 on March 25, 2017

    At least Earth had Tuataras in New Zealand.

  • TheUraniumFish on September 23, 2017

    Few years later,tiger elephant sharks might extinct,soon after,everyone including humans will extine

  • Janet Nicholls on February 23, 2019

    All animals deserve to be on this Planet mankind is to blame with his ignorance and greed polluting the air and seas……sad fact

  • guodade on March 5, 2019

    If we go back to the Kyōtō Protocol in 1996, Australia needed a 98 percent emissions reduction for mere (per capita) parity with the EU, taking into account the vastly lower energy consumption of its native fauna.

    Instead of seeing Europe, North America, East Asia, New Zealand, the Southern Cone and the Tropical World unite to demand a 98 percent emissions reduction from Australia and severe reductions from South Africa and the Arab oil states, these natural allies – powerless alone but powerful united – quarrelled amongst themselves.

    The result: a nation that required a target of emissions 2 percent of its 1990 levels – preceding any reductions in Enriched or Tropical World emissions which would have occurred as flow-on effects from more efficient materials use – was able to negotiate a target 55 times ecological parity! The result: no improvement in runaway climate change, nor in making the Unenriched World polluters pay.

  • DetectiveLevi on December 28, 2019

    Change the world. My final message. Goodbye

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