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Scientists of the Alfred Wegener Institute and Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research have shown for the first time how the complexity of a life form can limit its ability to adapt to a warming climate.

The new sutdy, published in the journal Global Change Biology, found that while simple, unicellular bacteria and archaea are able to live in hot, even oxygen-deficient water, marine creatures like animals and plants cannot.

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