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80000 reindeer die: Is their starvation caused by global warming?
Christian Science Monitor
In the Novembers of 2006 and 2013, more than 80,000 reindeer in the Arctic died of starvation as a result of warmer, wetter Arctic falls and winters. As past research has indicated that global warming tends to disproportionately affect Polar Regions
Reindeer are at risk of starving because of global warming, Oxford scientists findThe Oxford Times
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