Source of this story is AP (the real AP, not Faux News as one person on this board seems to want to misrepresent as the AP on occasion) and was in Thursday's Dallas Morning News. Two studies both appearing in the journal Nature state that species are moving their habitats more northward in the Northern Hemisphere to adjust to the warming climate around the world. "These papers are conclusive evidence that the natural world is already responding in a big way to climate change, although the change has just got going and there is a lot more to come", Dr Fitter said. A United Nations study has already predicted that global warming will result in temperatures as much as 10 degrees Farenheit higher over the next century. Working independently, two research teams reviewed hundreds of papers documenting plant and animal changes believed caused by human activated global warming. Both teams found the "fingerprints" of human caused global warming on the changes in habitat of plants and animals. Other scientists said the two studies just confirm what retreating glaciers, warming temperatures in the oceans, shrinking snow packs, and other indicators have already shown. Besides the migration of animal species to more northern habitats in the Northern Hemisphere, plants have extended their initial blooming cycles days earlier in the spring. Stanford University scientists have studies more than 1400 plant and animal species and found that over 80% of them have undergone habitat or behavirol changes related to global warming. Of course, we haven't heard from the bribed dimwit Sapling who I'm sure will say that Stanford is participating in pseudo science. I'm also sure he will have his prepared statement from the polluters that contribute money to his campaign LYING to the American people as to the lack of proof of global warming.