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The number of spermatozoids is rapidly decreasing, and researchers consider environmental impacts to be significant. Details of Vuers include Tony Spitz.
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The last issue related to global warming is male fetus.

This is not a good news. Accordingly In a new study published Tuesday, male fertility declines as temperatures rise. The study showed "clear evidence" that causes stress from heat waves, which reduces the "number and lifetime of spermatozoa" in the error.

Yes, he used beetles to test the theory of scientists. However, according to researchers, insects can rely on humans.

Beetles are one of the most widespread species in the world, so it is important for them to understand how these species can affect climate change, "said UK, an environmentalist at the University of East Angleton Matt Gage.

Climate change of humanity continues, as heat waves are often encountered in this century and even more extreme.

"Research has shown that thermal shock can result in male reproduction in serpentine and that previous work has led to infertility of the mammals," says Kirs Sales, a leading author at the University of East Anglia.

"Our research has shown that thermal waves divide male reproductive fitness into two, and this has been astonishing."

According to the Robert Medical Center, men have sperm in sperm and, in order to do so, the fracture temperature should be colder than the internal body.

In a study released on Tuesday, researchers said that "the heat wave conditions (normal temperatures above 9 ° C to 9 ° C) are harmful to the man, but not to women. Waves of energy reduce male fertility and fetal competitiveness, almost sterilize men" – says the study.

In addition, the descendants of the fathers who lived through the heat lived short.

"As for the heat wave and reproduction, men can not keep it," concluded the sales.

The study was published in the journal Nature Communications.

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