By Dan Shapley
Better update that travel life list quick. The World Wildlife Fund has published a list of the 10 natural wonders most at risk from climate change. The list includes the Chihuahua desert and wild Alaskan salmon in the United States, as well as coral reefs worldwide, the hawksbill turtles of the Caribbean and the entire Amazon forest. If Himalayan glaciers made your list, visit today. "From turtles to tigers - from the desert of Chihuahua to the great Amazon - all these wonders of nature are at risk from warming temperatures," Lara Hansen, Chief Scientist of WWF's Global Climate Change Program, said in the environmental group's press release. "While adaptation to changing climate can save some, only drastic action by governments to reduce emissions can hope to stop their complete destruction." Here's a report from our friends in Australia, who would miss their Great Barrier Reef.