Wildlife moves north, south, as climate warms, forest regrow September 14, 2012 Michigan

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Wildlife moves north, south, as climate warms, forest regrow September 14, 2012 Michigan, CNS 
... “Re-growth of forests plays a significant role in wildlife’s southward shift,” said Philip Myers, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Michigan... “Unfortunately, these kinds of overpopulation tend to take care of themselves,” Myers said. “We are about due for an epidemic of rabies or distemper in the raccoon population, and we have seen TB in the deer herd in the northern Lower Peninsula.” ... 


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