Claim: Global Warming killed a Species of Rat

Just another typical day in climate change ‘science’ where data and analyses are manipulated to achieve desired conclusions.

And of course, with all things ‘climate changey’ – it’s all *your* fault!

Watts Up With That?

Bramble Cay Melomy Bramble Cay Melomy. State of Queensland [CC BY 3.0 au], via Wikimedia Commons

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Claims are flying that Global Warming has claimed its first mammal, a kind of rat which used to live on just one small island in the Cyclone prone Torres Strait, off the Northern coast of Australia.

Human-caused climate change appears to have driven the Great Barrier Reef’s only endemic mammal species into the history books, with the Bramble Cay melomys, a small rodent that lives on a tiny island in the eastern Torres Strait, being completely wiped-out from its only known location.

It is also the first recorded extinction of a mammal anywhere in the world thought to be primarily due to human-caused climate change.

An expert says this extinction is likely just the tip of the iceberg, with climate change exerting increasing pressures on species everywhere.

The rodent, also…

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