Think you know the odd effects of global climate change? Take our quiz.

2. Warmer temperatures can have a peculiar effect on cold-blooded animals. Scientists have observed that an increase in temperatures from climate change has caused some fish, amphibians, and reptiles to:

Doctoral students at Queen Mary, University of London found that cold-blooded animals that grow up in warmer climates become smaller adults.

Doctoral students at Queen Mary, University of London found that cold-blooded animals that grow up in warmer climates become smaller adults.

Doctoral students at Queen Mary, University of London found that cold-blooded animals that grow up in warmer climates become smaller adults.

Doctoral students at Queen Mary, University of London found that cold-blooded animals that grow up in warmer climates become smaller adults.

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Grow in size

 

Shrink in size

 

Eat more

 

Spontaneously combust

 
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