Photo by @alexbraczkowski
A lion cub takes rest in a large euphorbia tree during the heat of the mid-day sun. Research on koalas 🐨 in Australia has shown that ambient temperature decreases with the height of the eucalyptus trees they climb. Even by a few degrees this makes all the difference in areas that exceed 110 degrees Fahrenheit regularly. Similarly in Uganda where lions live on the equator, temperatures regularly jump above this. This cooling effect in the trees 🌳 might well be a key reason why lions in Tanzania, and Uganda have developed a tree-climbing culture. Follow me @alexbraczkowski for more shots of big cats around the world.
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When you're under the covers and it starts to get hot, so you send out one leg as a sacrifice to cool you down 🦁🛌🏼
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