Temperature alone does not explain where in the ocean an animal can live.
"I suppose you could say they are space-age avocados," says Dr. Neena Mitter.
Glacial lakes increased in volume by nearly a half between 1990 and 2018. The reason: warming weather.
"We are in danger of being unprepared for the risks posed by sea level rise," says Dr. Tom Slater at University of Leeds.
The melting of Greenland's ice sheets is well under way with a record 532 billion tons lost last year alone.
Last November, New Delhi experienced a week of the worst air pollution in human history. Heat waves are also on the increase.