Quando fa caldo mi piace mangiare il ghiacciolo!

ATTUALITA’ – Fa caldo e quando l’afa e l’umidità aumentano non sono solo gli umani a soffrirne. Gli zoo si attrezzano cosi’ con piscine e gelati per gli ospiti, come per il babbuino dello zoo di Hangzou in Cina della foto che si rinfresca con un succulento ghiacciolo.
Il presidente dell’Associazione italiana difesa animali e ambiente (Aidaa), Lorenzo Croce, lancia l’allarme anche per un milione 400 mila animali domestici, soprattutto cani e gatti per i quali l’associazione dà alcune indicazioni per aiutarli a far fronte al gran caldo. Ecco le regole da seguire! Fonte Ansa

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Unless they evolved in much hotter climates than humans, most animals suffer the summer heat just as much as we do – and may even be trapped inside a permanent fur coat they can never take off…
This baboon at a zoo in Hangzou, China, seems to have found at least a temporary solution to beat the heat: a lovely, refreshing popsicle.
The pets most at risk from heat stroke are dogs. In the vast majority of cases, they’re stricken when their owners unthinkingly go off and leave them locked in a parked car in the sun. So the first and most important rule is to never do that! You can find other tips on how to protect our four-legged friends in hot weather here.

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