Stanford researchers have solved a mystery about why a species of squid native to California has been found thriving in the Gulf of Alaska about 1,800 miles north of its expected range: climate change.

The answer raises more questions about the potential impacts on other species and ecosystems, according to a news release from Stanford News Service issued early Monday.

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