Other land species will likely not be this lucky, researchers warn
According to a new study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, great tits will be around for many years to come.Specialists say that, as their investigations have shown, this species has what it takes to adapt to the new environmental conditions brought about by climate change and global warming.
In fact, sources say that great tits have already been documented to move their egg-laying season either earlier or later, just to make sure that their offspring have plenty of food to go around when they emerge from their eggs.
The bad news is that, unlike these birds, most other land species will most likely fail to adapt to climate change in time and will therefore go extinct.
Mammals and species that take long to reproduce will be the ones most affected by global warming and climate change.