See what a decade of global cooling can do:
“A report by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) says that some species are more threatened by climate change than others sea turtles, already an endangered species, are under serious threat. The warming of the earth is having a disastrous effect on turtle reproduction. Turtles lay their eggs in underground nests; the increased temperature in the nests is changing the sex of the embryos and far too few males are being born. The number of beaches where Turtles lay their eggs has also been reduced by rising sea levels.
The WWF says coral reefs, tigers, orangutans and the pied flycatcher are being hardest hit by climate change. Coral reefs are essential for maintaining a healthy marine environment and widespread coral destruction could have a devastating effect on food chains.” “Climate change threatening turtles”
Another example of the AGW canon that climate change does good things to bad species and bad things to good species.