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British butterflies which appear early in the year may soon run out of time to adapt to ever-earlier springs, researchers say.
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Analysis of observations of budburst—that promising moment near the end of winter when green shoots begin to appear on the first trees—show that spring could arrive dramatically earlier by the end of this century.
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