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Young American red squirrel on a trunk - Minnesota USAYoung American red squirrel on a trunk - Minnesota USAYoung American red squirrel on a trunk - Minnesota USA© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on ground, Quebec, CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on ground, Quebec, CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on ground, Quebec, Canada© Jean-Paul Chatagnon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a branch, Quebec, CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a branch, Quebec, CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a branch, Quebec, Canada© Jean-Paul Chatagnon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a branch, Katmai National park Alaska, USAAmerican red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a branch, Katmai National park Alaska, USAAmerican red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a branch, Katmai National park Alaska, USA© Régis Cavignaux / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) taking down pine cones, Katmai National park, Alaska, USAAmerican red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) taking down pine cones, Katmai National park, Alaska, USAAmerican red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) taking down pine cones, Katmai National park, Alaska, USA© Régis Cavignaux / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) taking down pine cones, Katmai National park, Alaska, USAAmerican red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) taking down pine cones, Katmai National park, Alaska, USAAmerican red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) taking down pine cones, Katmai National park, Alaska, USA© Régis Cavignaux / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) eating on a picnic table, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus), Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus), Denali National Park, Alaska, USAAmerican Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus), Denali National Park, Alaska, USA© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel eating cones - Jasper CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel eating cones - Jasper CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel eating cones - Jasper Canada© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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American Red Squirrel eating cones - Jasper CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel eating cones - Jasper CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel eating cones - Jasper Canada© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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American Red Squirrel eating on ground - Katmai Alaska USA ; 	American Red Squirrel eating on ground - Katmai Alaska USAAmerican Red Squirrel eating on ground - Katmai Alaska USA ; © Meril Darees / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on snow in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on snow in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on snow in winter - Quebec Canada© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on snow in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on snow in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on snow in winter - Quebec Canada© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec Canada© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec Canada© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec Canada© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a branch in winter - Quebec Canada© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red squirrel grooming - Alaska Denali NP American Red squirrel grooming - Alaska Denali NP American Red squirrel grooming - Alaska Denali NP © Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel on a trunk - Jasper NP  CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a trunk - Jasper NP CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel on a trunk - Jasper NP Canada© Alain Mafart-Renodier / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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American Red Squirrel in a tree - Jasper NP  CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel in a tree - Jasper NP CanadaAmerican Red Squirrel in a tree - Jasper NP Canada© Alain Mafart-Renodier / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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American Red squirrel eating a cone spruce Canada GaspésieAmerican Red squirrel eating a cone spruce Canada GaspésieAmerican Red squirrel eating a cone spruce Canada Gaspésie© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel QuebecAmerican Red Squirrel QuebecAmerican Red Squirrel Quebec© Jean-Paul Chatagnon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel in a tree Jasper NP in Canada American Red Squirrel in a tree Jasper NP in Canada American Red Squirrel in a tree Jasper NP in Canada © Pierre Vernay / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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American Red Squirrel in a tree Jasper NP in Canada American Red Squirrel in a tree Jasper NP in Canada American Red Squirrel in a tree Jasper NP in Canada © Pierre Vernay / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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American red squirrel in the Jasper NP in CanadaAmerican red squirrel in the Jasper NP in CanadaAmerican red squirrel in the Jasper NP in Canada© Pierre Vernay / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada © Jean-Baptiste Strobel / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada © Jean-Baptiste Strobel / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada American Red squirrel eating a cone PN Jasper Canada © Jean-Baptiste Strobel / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Douglas Squirrel eating in the snow Vancouver CanadaDouglas Squirrel eating in the snow Vancouver CanadaDouglas Squirrel eating in the snow Vancouver Canada© Lee Dalton / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Red squirrel down along a trunk Kootenay CanadaRed squirrel down along a trunk Kootenay CanadaRed squirrel down along a trunk Kootenay Canada© Jean-Lou Zimmermann / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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American Red Squirrel eating seedds Minnesota USAAmerican Red Squirrel eating seedds Minnesota USAAmerican Red Squirrel eating seedds Minnesota USA© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Red Squirrel on a branch AlaskaRed Squirrel on a branch AlaskaRed Squirrel on a branch Alaska© Rémy Courseaux / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrels Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrel Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrel Yukon Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrel Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist based a young American red squirrel at nest  ; Personnage : Ryan Taylor<br><br>Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist based a young American red squirrel at nest Biologist based a young American red squirrel at nest  ; Personnage : Ryan Taylor

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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Blood sample of an  American red squirrel captured Yukon ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Blood sample of an American red squirrel captured YukonBlood sample of an American red squirrel captured Yukon ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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American red squirrel caught by biologist in a cage Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. American red squirrel caught by biologist in a cage Yukon American red squirrel caught by biologist in a cage Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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American red squirrel caught by biologist in a cage Yukon  ;

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Fungus trapped in the branches by a squirrel Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Fungus trapped in the branches by a squirrel Yukon Fungus trapped in the branches by a squirrel Yukon  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
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Fungus trapped in the branches by a squirrel Yukon  ; Canadian

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Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrel Yukon  ; Character: Ryan Raylor<br><br> Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrel Yukon Biologist manipulating a young American Red Squirrel Yukon  ; Character: Ryan Raylor

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel  ; Canadian

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Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel Biologist accessing a nest of American red squirrel  ; Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist release a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character:  Ryan Taylor<br><br> Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist release a captured American Red Squirrel Biologist release a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character: Ryan Taylor

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist release a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character:

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Biologist observing a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character: Quinn Fletcher <br><br> Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist observing a captured American Red Squirrel Biologist observing a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character: Quinn Fletcher

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist observing a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character: Caroline Trudeau <br><br> Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist observing a captured American Red Squirrel Biologist observing a captured American Red Squirrel  ; Character: Caroline Trudeau

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist marking the location of traps for Red squirrel  ; Character: Caroline Trudeau <br><br> Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist marking the location of traps for Red squirrel Biologist marking the location of traps for Red squirrel  ; Character: Caroline Trudeau

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biologist setting traps for American Red squirrel Yukon  ; Character: Caroline Trudeau <br><br> Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change. <br> This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. Biologist setting traps for American Red squirrel Yukon Biologist setting traps for American Red squirrel Yukon  ; Character: Caroline Trudeau

Canadian biologists are studying the red squirrels in the Yukon since 1987. They recently discovered that they could adapt to global warming, not only by physical and adjustments in behavior, but also by genetic change.
This astonishing discovery is consistent with the theory of evolution which holds that living organisms adapt changes in their environment through natural selection. 
© Philippe Henry / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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