Blood is thinner in a warm climate because:
More water is needed to be carried - when perspiration occurs, water is lost.
More electrolytes are needed in heat - lost from perspiration.
Body activity is higher in the warmer temperatures so more oxygen has to be carried: thinner blood requires less work to move it to extremities.
In a cold climate conservation of heat occurs and vessels contract reducing volume blood vessels can carry.
countries with dry forestry and dry hot climates countries with dry forestry and dry hot climates
Tropical climates get their name because they have high humidity. While many tropical climates are warm/hot, there are places that have cool, tropical climates.
They live in cold climates. They prefer living in cold climates, but they can be found in hot climates. Bobcats are just slightly more scarce there.
Moderate climates are usually found in hot tempetures.
Rain Forest Climates are usually very wet and humid, desert climates are usually hot and dry, and savannah climates are usually in the dry, 70's.
Soils are thin and poor in hot wet climates because of the erosion of the loose surface soils.
It's to minimise heat loss. With large thin ears, the blood will cool quickly as the blood runs through them. This can be an advantage in hot climates, but is not so good when trying to conserve body heat.
yes, because it is a thin light material
because if they had thick fur, they would die of heat stroke.
It is when hot & wet climates produce a thin layer of chemically weathered soil.
They live in hot,dry climates.
because you drink more water and thin it out.
they get hot
People wear cotton in hot climates because the cotton is an absorbing material. In hot climates people sweat a lot and the cotton absorbs that.
Thin and Damp