Last seven years hottest ever recorded, say EU scientists

As the world's climate heats up, many species are moving north for their survival, with rare bats now thriving in the south of England.

1/11/2022 1:33:00 AM

The past seven years have been the hottest on record, according to new data. And as the world heats up, some species - like rare bats and birds - are moving to survive, as alextomo reports.

As the world's climate heats up, many species are moving north for their survival, with rare bats now thriving in the south of England.

Chief CorrespondentThe last seven years have been the hottest ever recorded “by a clear margin”, according to scientists at the European Union Copernicus Climate Change Service – and levels of greenhouse gases are also at a record high.As the world’s climate heats up, many species are moving north for their survival, with rare bats now thriving in the south of England.

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Alex Thomson Chief Correspondent The last seven years have been the hottest ever recorded “by a clear margin”, according to scientists at the European Union Copernicus Climate Change Service – and levels of greenhouse gases are also at a record high. As the world’s climate heats up, many species are moving north for their survival, with rare bats now thriving in the south of England. While birds and insects not usually seen as far as northern Scotland are turning up there too.