Climate change displaces one of the species of foxes in North

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Camera traps for the first time took pictures of a tiny South African foxes much further North than ever before: in the Western Hwange national Park in Zimbabwe.

Scientists say that climate change is likely to be a key factor in forcing foxes to go far beyond the usual limits of habitat, according to the Chronicle.info with reference to the UNN.

As South Africa is exposed to drought, this species of Fox has been able to expand its range to the North with the more dry regions of South Africa and Botswana, the researchers say.

We will add, according to the UN, accelerating loss of biodiversity on Earth affects the climate.

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