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Five ways to help wildlife in heatwaves

By Sarah Papworth, Senior Lecturer in Conservation Biology, Royal Holloway University of London
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Extremely hot weather is becoming more common. The top ten warmest years since 1884 all happened in the last two decades. While experts can help people take adequate precautions to beat the heat, who’s looking out for the rest of the animal kingdom?

Hot temperatures are uncomfortable and potentially deadly for wildlife too. Fortunately, you can give a helping hand with a few easy steps.

1. Provide water

Hot weather can be great for some wildlife. Butterfly populations in the…The Conversation

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