It absorbs the heat from the sun, it is a better conductor of heat than the air so it remains warm longer.
When the day is shortest, the sun has the least amount of time to warm the earth.
Cool air rushes in to replace the rising warm air.
The ground becomes warm during the day time because the sun transfers its heat to the ground as it hits the earth,
The Sun heats the ground, then the ground heats the air. Consequently, the coldest part of the day is usually about half and hour to an hout after sunrise.
They sleep during the day and hunt during the night.
To stay warm and safe. Under ground is warmer and most animals can not get to them but some can dig up the burrows. - I hope this helps
Yes, they will feed during the day so they can protect their young at night and keep them warm.
the cool air pushes the warm air
No. Cats are warm blooded mammals.
in the shade or under ground
If the previous day was very warm, and the overnight air is very cool, ground fog is common in the morning.
warm sunny day