According to an article, “ Effects on Wildlife and Habitat” a drought caused by global warming could dry up 90 percent of central U.S. wetland, which eliminated essential breeding habitat for duck, geese and other migratory species. Rising sea level could destroy forests, leaving many fish, shellfish, and other wildlife without a place to breed, feed, or raise offspring.
Global warming can harm all aspects of surface and underwater plant life. Small shifts in the climate changes can harm a number of plant species. Plant life on earth are dying do to the elevated of the temperature caused by global warming. The higher the temperature the less changes that plants will receive water. Which can cause a drought and increase the risk for wildfires.
Other the past decade, global warming has increased the number of wildfires in the forest. This wildfire adds to the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. As the temperature begins to rise, plants will start beginning to grow in other areas they are normally not found in. This causes many plants to not receive the water and nutrients that plants need. If global warming continues the damage can become permanent changed. The food supply for many humans and animals can start to diminish from the harm done to plants. As a result of all the change caused by global warming can risk human