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Phoenix Zoo goes to 'extra effort' to keep animals cool during record heat wave


Showers, ice treats and air-conditioned buildings: the Phoenix Zoo goes to "extra effort" to keep its animals cool during a record heat wave hitting Arizona's capital. The temperature has been well above 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius) for 20 consecutive days.

Added on the 20/07/2023 19:18:57 - Copyright : AFP EN

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