Regardless of your situation on the issue—whether a dangerous global warming is disturbed by the consuming of fossil fuel (the position of the vast majority of the world's scientists) or an unavoidable ecological pattern that is totally unaffected by human behavior, the truth of the matter is that the Earth is steadily, and inexorably, warming up. We can't even start to imagine the impact of rising worldwide temperatures will have on human development, however we can see with our own eyes, at this moment, how it impacts a portion of our preferred creatures.

The emperor penguin

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Hollywood's favoraite flightless bird —witness ​March of the Penguins and Happy Feet—the emperor penguin is not even close as joyful and lighthearted as discribed in the movies. The truth of the matter is that this Antarctic-staying penguin is surprisingly powerless to environmental change, and populaces can be devastated by even slight warming patterns (so, if it's a broiling 20 degrees Fahrenheit above zero rather than the standard 10). On the off chance that an global warming proceeds at its present pace, specialists caution that the emperor penguin could lose nine-tenths of its population continuously before 2100—and from that point it would be only a slippery slide into complete termination.

The ringed seal

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The ringed seal isn't currently endangered; there are around 250,000 individuals in Alaska alone and likely in excess of a million indigenous to the world's Arctic areas. The issue is that these seals nest and breed on pack ice and ice floes, absolutely the territories most at risk from global warming, and they're one of the fundamental source of food both for already-endangered and indigenous people. On the opposite and of the food chain, ringed seals subsist on different Arctic fish and spineless creatures; it's unknon what the first impacts may be if the number of inhabitants in this warm blooded animal bit by bit (or all of a sudden) crashed. However, a recent viral dideo about the seals falling down the the cliff while trying to get back home has showed us how suffered they are if the temparature keep on rising.