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See the whole story at the NPR link.
Stands to reason, I suppose, that if global warming is happening anything like majority scientists believe it to be, reptiles in some parts of the world will grow larger again.
And then there’ll be snake stories to tell. Let’s see: what reptiles do you think would become huge first?
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