Species appears to evolve quickly enough to endure city temperatures

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 14:02 in Biology & Nature

Urban acorn ants collected in Cleveland appear to have taken no more than 100 years -- no more than 20 generations -- to evolve and thrive in their heat-trapping city home. The capability suggests the species may be able to cope with other sources of rising temperatures.

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