Thesaurus / elevation

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Rising temps also pull in competing predators like common leopards, which previously avoided the chilly heights in favor of forested hunting grounds at lower elevations.
Next, the team plans to look for genetic changes that might have equipped these animals to survive at high elevations.
The last row is nearly 33 feet closer and just a few feet higher in elevation.
That elevation was similar to other “jewel box” parks of the early 20th century.
However, due to the elevation, it is influenced by surrounding climates.
The elevation of temperature within certain limits, hastens the separation.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
The elevation and delicacy, the sense and seriousness, the beauty and perfection of the whole are astonishing.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
The plateau, at an elevation of eighteen hundred feet above the level of the sea, sloped down toward the south.
An inch or two to the left would have plumped it right aboard, for the elevation is just right.
The imperial fort, too, was built upon an elevation of 750 feet; it is incredible that it should be so totally submerged.
OFF ON A COMETJULES VERNE

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