Pollution threatens Joshua trees with extinction

In a hundred years, pollution could drive the Joshua tree into extinction, according to Luke Sabala, the physical scientist for Joshua Tree National Park. Pollution makes the trees more succeptible to both rodents and drought, warns the National Parks Conservation Association.

Full article: Scientists Say Joshua Trees Could Become Extinct By Next Century.

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