What are the negative effects of global warming on climate, animals, and on plants?

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May 25, 2018

Answer:

It disrupts the ecosystem by tampering with food sources, general homeostasis, and habitat destruction, and climate by changing ocean levels and temperature

Explanation:

Climate is affected by multiple factors like closeness to the ocean or the equator, latitude, and rainfall. Changes in temperature and precipitation can drastically effect an area along with rising water levels, all thoguht to be the direct byproducts of global warming.
In general animals and plants have adapted to certain conditions.

They have things like fur, hibernation or reproductive cycles that depend on temperature and rainfall. Changes in temperature and climate will kill those unable to adapt or move. Plants and animals also depend on other species for food for things like food, population control and pollination. So even if they are fine, the sources they rely upon may not.