Why Climate Change is Making Some Animals More Nocturnal

27 February 2024
GIS Lounge

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The shift from daytime to night time in animals is attributed to an attempt to avoid the heat of the day, which can cause stress.

This shift is being studied using long-term climate data and geospatial data of animal movement.

However, not all animals are able to respond to climate change by shifting to night time activity, and warmer days are not the only human-related influence causing this shift.