Big Dinosaur in Climate

Environmental Impact Study

The press office of the Technical University of Munich, to results showing that the numbers of domestic and wild bees, butterflies and other insects in America halved.

The data studied the data

Heat-trained or adapted to, and more so, butterflies and grasshoppers increased their numbers by 41%, while the number of dragonflies increased by 52%, and scientists explain this because of the love of these insects for a warm climate.

The university’s office statement said, “Large numbers of heat-loving insects such as dragonflies, field crickets and blue (copper) butterflies have increased due to higher temperatures, and larger populations in the dragonfly that spread in the Mediterranean Sea, since the late last century. Bavaria too.

To realize, to realize, to realize what you want

We hope that the article was to your satisfaction. Follow us on our social media accounts. Follow our news.. and to advertise our website, please click here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button