The Distribution, Behaviour, and Reproduction of the Endangered Desert Pupfish (Cyprinodon Macularius)
The pup fish is a small sized fish species found in North American deserts that is being threatened by water loss resulting from climate warming. These desert-adapted fish have unique characteristics in their distribution, behaviour, and reproduction that has allowed them to tolerate the extreme desert climate and adapt to survive climate warming which is eliminating the few suitable environments available for survival. Through peer reviewed scientific journals, this amazing species can be studied and analysed for its favorable traits and adaptations to environmental conditions so researches not only understand the unique characteristics this species has evolved to survive in extreme desert environments but also to seek out and create access to safe spaces for the species to populate. This understanding will not only prevent the loss of another species to the effects of a changing climate resulting from human activity, but also give insight into the characteristics that other desert species may be using to survive one of the world's most extreme environments.
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