Sara has had a whirlwind 24 hours as we announce the exciting news that the first outputs of her PhD research have published in Trends in Ecology and Evolution. We’ve reviewed the literature looking for examples of how animals (particularly warm-blooded animals have been developing large appendages (beaks, tails, legs, wings) as a consequence of climatic warming. We have also written a more concise article for The Conversation which you can read here. Excitingly, the research has attracted a large amount of media attention internationally – but a couple of good examples are here (ABC) and here (The Guardian). 


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