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Canada High temperatures: animals also have trouble

16:15  02 august  2020
16:15  02 august  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

crash prevents podium: Jack Miller puzzles over Yamaha strength in Jerez

 crash prevents podium: Jack Miller puzzles over Yamaha strength in Jerez Jack Miller again had chances for a top 3 result: When fighting with the Yamaha riders, the Ducati driver cannot play the strengths of his machine so well Pramac- Ducati driver Jack Miller was also in good shape at the second Jerez race. In the race, the Australian fought for second place in the chasing group, but dropped out in lap eleven after a fall. The extreme temperatures caused the tire temperature in the front wheel to rise. "I had a few moments of fright.

Higher temperatures can provide a foothold for invasive species such as weeds that grow in tropical or subtropical regions to move into new areas. These nuisance plants can also have a negative impact on crops. A rise in temperature doesn't just affect the plants in a region.

Many animals regulate their body temperature through behavior, such as seeking sun or shade or Polar bears and penguins, for instance, maintain a high body temperature in their chilly homes at Animals also have body structures and physiological responses that control how much heat they

Wildlife accidents: When the insurance does not pay .
We tell you in which cases the insurance pays and in which not. © Provided by Finanz.net GmbH PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP / Getty Images About every two minutes, in purely mathematical terms, drivers in Germany have an accident with a wild animal. After all, the number of accidents involving wildlife fell slightly in the past year. Around 268,000 traffic accidents involving deer, wild boar and other game were reported. Overall, however, the damage increased by 2 percent to around 757 million euros.

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