It is absolutely not, because isolated populans are exactly the ones threatened by global warming- human made or habitat island. Their fragility is their problem, and global warming could be a the thing that tips the balance.. Furthermore, you have no evedence that that would have very little affect on the species- experts say that it will absolutely have an effect.Originally Posted by [b
Plus, crocadilians are primitive as well, so by defult you just destroyed your own argument.
Here's a history lesson: Tuataras have always thrived in NZ because they inhabited the main islands. This allowed them considerable range to move elsewhere when conditions were unfavorable. So they were NOT going to " critter that was for all intents and purposes destained to be wiped out even if man wasnt in the picture? ". Man caused them to be extinct on the main isles to begin with! They had planty of oppertunities to move to different habitats... there. The island populations are mear remminants of what was a poplation in the millions 300 years ago... so there we go, they were not going to go extinct because man was in the picture. If you don't know anything about tuataras, dont structure your agument about them.