Here's Morrissey, a " sad summer squirrel ," also from Astoria:.
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Faced with all this visual evidence, one must wonder: Squirrels, are they interminably lazy or just particularly vulnerable to summertime temps? Did a spate of three-digit heat indices sap these suckers of their will to live, or is this just some regular squirrel shit you'll see year-round if your best emergency egress route is down the spindly staircase clinging to your window?
Immediately, Delgado identified this prone position as standard Hot Squirrel fare. So they're just trying to cool down, often by laying on a cool surface! A squirrel will typically seek out shady spots in which to heat dump, releasing fiery energy from its body by lying "spread-eagle with [its] belly pressed against the cool ground. It is, then, a surface area thing, Ben Dantzer, PhD, agrees.
An assistant professor in the University of Michigan's Department of Psychology and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Dantzer wrote his doctoral dissertation on evolutionary ecology and endocrinology in North American red squirrels. He sees this practice as "analogous" to human heat behavior, like applying a cold washcloth or sitting in a pool, lake, or sprinkler.
The hair on squirrels' bellies thickens in winter, creating an insulating undercoat that thins out in the summer. That low-density ab hair, Dantzer said, allows squirrels to "shunt heat away from their body by exposing the closet thing [they have] to a shaved chest. Or, Dantzer offered, the pancaking could be compared to what "some kids do when they aren't up for their elementary physical education class: you pretend you have to tie your shoes so you can take a brief break to rest. With respect to our local lounge lords, all of this makes sense until you remember that fire escapes are metal, and the weekend rocketed us into the degree stratosphere , and how in the heck is a squirrel or anyone else supposed to stay chill when everything exposed to the elements has warmed to roughly the temperature of lava?
Squirrels reportedly have higher body temperatures than humans do—between 98 and , so only slightly higher, sometimes — making them a little more tolerant of the heat than we are.
Still, small animals can get heat stroke quickly when left to languish in direct sunlight, but according to Slate , that most often happens when they're cut off from a water source. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites.
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