Flowers are Changing Colors in Response to Climate Change


Flowers are Developing Their Own Sunscreen

Health Editor’s Note: Ultraviolet pigments in flowers have increased over the past 75 years in response to increasing temperatures and thinning ozone layer. Humans cannot see this change but it is evident to pollinators which may not be able to see the flower at all and thus not land on it…..Carol  



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