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Some low-lying coral islands may be threatened by climate change International warming has led to rising sea levels, while rising sea temperatures have led to coral bleaching —the process of destroying the coral on which many new islands kind.
Continental islands have wildlife much like that of the continent they were once linked to. The critically endangered island fox, native to the six Channel Islands off southern California, is very like the gray fox of the North American mainland, as an example.