As climate change impacts habitats around the world, species are on the move, trying to adapt — and survive.
As the climate heats up, African Elephants' long generation time and need for fresh water puts them at risk.
Arctic shrews may be small, but the way they respond to climate change has implications for all species.
Asian elephants once roamed across much of Asia. Already their habitat has shrunk, and it's about to get worse.
By 2050, the bats of the Brazilian Cerrado will have to move 175 miles to find a suitable home. But can they?
With Arctic sea ice at historically low levels, Beluga whales are re-routing their migration paths, increasingly facing their nemesis: killer whales.
Giant pandas eat 20-40 lbs of bamboo each day. If bamboo can't survive climate change, can pandas?
With climate change, the already vulnerable lemurs of Madagascar will see their ranges shrink—or disappear.
The habitat of the critically endangered mountain gorilla is already small. Climate change is shrinking it further.
Polar bears evolved uniquely to thrive on Arctic sea ice. As their habitat disappears, where will they go?
Ringed seals' lives are tied to Arctic sea ice, which means their future is in peril.
Climate change is pushing humans into snow leopard territory, threatening the already-endangered species.