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Every kind of animal and
the plant has its limits of cold and heat, in which he
can exist; and these limits largely determine
the geographical position of the species. It cannot extend to the North
known latitude, because he can't stand more severe winters and at the same
may not extend to the South, because the summer it would be
too hot. Is also so that the effect of temperature on the humidity
air or on the distribution of organisms known species feed on,
an indirect way of preventing it from spreading beyond the known limits.
The question now is which result will slow climate change
the events as described above? Suppose that we took a point
departure an era when the seasons least dramatically different from one
the other; obviously, during the transition to the era of the most sharp
opposites every kind of animal and of plants will gradually change
the boundaries of the distribution shifts further where increasing winter
cold, and where the increasing years of żary, and will be disposed of in such
areas that still represent favorable conditions for its
existence. Thus, in the course of ten thousand years for each
kind of tide will occur from the well-known areas inhabited them before, and in the
continuation of the new ten thousand years will happen again the tide in these areas.
Remnants of it will disappear from the layers formed in these areas, and will not be
to appear in the next few reservoirs; they then
will appear in the layers lying on top. But in what form they will appear
again? Being exposed during the 21,000 years of their slow retreat
and an equally slow return peremestivsheesya living conditions, they
of course, and will undergo changes and, in all probability during
secondary its appearance will present some differences in the structure,
maybe in the appearance of a new form of modification, maybe
and a new subspecies.