The hottest season of the year has arrived, and various zoos have started work on heatstroke prevention. The picture shows the orangutan eating a popsicle.
Initiative 1: Send ice cubes. When the temperature reaches 35 degrees or above, ice cubes can be transported to polar bears, brown bears, red pandas, golden monkeys, chimpanzees and other venues.
Initiative 2: Spraying. The animal sports field should be fully covered with spraying equipment, and the spraying field should be sprayed on the sports field no less than 2 times a day to enhance the body surface comfort of the animal. At the same time, some animals were manually washed with water pipes in hot weather.
Initiative three: adjust the feed. The park should prepare heatstroke prevention and cooling feed for animals, such as various fruits, seasonal green vegetables and so on.
Initiative 4: Cooling down often. For example, the park can install an air conditioning system in the Giant Panda Pavilion and a cooling fan in the Polar Bear Pavilion to ensure constant temperature in the room and in the animal house.
Initiative 5: Strong management. The zoo should strengthen daily inspections and replenish the animals with water at all times to ensure that the animals have enough water in the hot summer months. When the outdoor temperature exceeds 27 °C, polar bears, giant pandas, and chimpanzees should promptly recover the cool of the animal house; in the high temperature weather, some animal animals open the door to enhance ventilation, allowing the animals to freely choose to cool down.
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