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Topic - Jane Hill
Global warming is rescuing the once-rare brown Argus butterfly, scientists say.
What makes the brown Argus different is that it found something new to eat, something even better than its old food, the less common rockrose plant, Hill said.
Global warming helping the brown Argus is unusual compared to other species and that's why scientists are studying it more, said study co-author Jane Hill, a professor of ecology at the University of York.