Climate change: Snakes tell a torrid tale

@article{Huber2009ClimateCS,
  title={Climate change: Snakes tell a torrid tale},
  author={M. Huber},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2009},
  volume={457},
  pages={669-671}
}
  • M. Huber
  • Published 2009
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Nature
The discovery in Colombia of a giant species of fossil snake is news in itself. But a wider, more controversial inference to be drawn is that tropical climate in the past was not buffered from global warming. The discovery of the world's largest known snake — living around 60 million years ago in tropical South America — has important implications for our understanding of the evolution of global climate. The fossil, found in northeastern Columbia — is of a relative of the boa constrictor; it… Expand
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