High temperatures over a few days or weeks can have negative effects on the birds' foraging and body mass.
When the body overheats, the heart has to work harder to pump blood flow to the skin to dissipate the heat.
Recent studies suggest a 10% rise in hospital emergency room visits on days with high temperatures.
In just 25 years lion numbers have decreased by 43% throughout Africa and their range by more than 90%.
If we continue to value nature and other species based only on what they can provide for us, we won’t be able to radically transform our relationship with them.
With rising global temperatures increasing the likelihood of dangerous heat waves, cities need to know which neighborhoods are at high risk.