Animals on top of climate change

A recent study predicts that 9 percent of animals in the western hemisphere will not find safety from our rapidly changing earth and in some regions the number could be as high as 40%. This si becasue the animals will not be able to move, adapt and realize the urgency of moving. Scientists predict that primates will be the worst effected,  tamaris, spider monkeys, marmosets and howler monkeys will struggle immensely to survive the current raging climate change. Some of these primates are already endangered.The most likely animals to come out on top are the carnivores, coyotes and wolves, deer and caribou are all likely to survive along with species such as anteaters and armadillos.