In this artist rendering provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, illustration by Danielle Byerley shows a comparison of a Sifrhippus sandrae, right, with a modern Morgan horse that stands about1.5 metres tall at the shoulder. Global warming often leads to global shrinking for mammals, a new study suggests. Photo: AP In this artist rendering provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, illustration by Danielle Byerley shows a comparison of a Sifrhippus sandrae, right, with a modern Morgan horse that stands about1.5 metres tall at the shoulder. Global warming often leads to global shrinking for mammals, a new study suggests. Photo: AP
In this artist rendering provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, illustration by Danielle Byerley shows a comparison of a Sifrhippus sandrae, right, with a modern Morgan horse that stands about1.5 metres tall at the shoulder. Global warming often leads to global shrinking for mammals, a new study suggests. Photo: AP

Global dwarfing: mammals shrink when Earth heats up, study suggests

Topic |   Climate change
In this artist rendering provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, illustration by Danielle Byerley shows a comparison of a Sifrhippus sandrae, right, with a modern Morgan horse that stands about1.5 metres tall at the shoulder. Global warming often leads to global shrinking for mammals, a new study suggests. Photo: AP In this artist rendering provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, illustration by Danielle Byerley shows a comparison of a Sifrhippus sandrae, right, with a modern Morgan horse that stands about1.5 metres tall at the shoulder. Global warming often leads to global shrinking for mammals, a new study suggests. Photo: AP
In this artist rendering provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, illustration by Danielle Byerley shows a comparison of a Sifrhippus sandrae, right, with a modern Morgan horse that stands about1.5 metres tall at the shoulder. Global warming often leads to global shrinking for mammals, a new study suggests. Photo: AP
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