Climate change can lead to species extinction through changing habitats rapidly, not leaving the species time to adapt. Warming at the moment is at 1°C.
A study of 105000 species suggests that for each extra 1°C of warming above pre-industrial temperatures, 9% of species will become extinct.
For example, at a warming of 3°C, 9% of species still in existence at a warming of 2°C will have gone extinct.
Work out the number of species that have not gone extinct at a warming of 4°C.
Give your answer to 2 significant figures.