Bumblebees Are Feeling the Heat

While bumblebees are not expanding northward, some are retreating to higher elevations as the temperature warms. This animation shows the range compression for a hypothetical North American species forced to shift its elevation by more than 300 meters—a figure consistent with newly observed data. (Animation by Jeremy T. Kerr) (0:12)

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