The concern over animals contracting COVID19...

Friday, September 17, 2022

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There are a lot of people asking whether animals can contract COVID19…

Few facts :

1. The normal body temperature for dogs is between 101 and 102.5 F, compared to 97.6 to 99.6 F for humans. This means your dog may feel feverish to you even when his temperature is completely normal. Recently a Tiger was announced to have developed. The tiger’s temperature is 99.5 degrees F. Zoo caretakers usually give tigers around three pounds of meat. The difference between a human’s and a tiger’s body temperature is 0.9 degrees F.

2. The normal body temperature for cats falls in the range of 99.5-102.5 Fahrenheit. No organization wants to confirm exactly what is killing the COVID-19 virus, there is a lot that we do not know as of yet. However, a new study uploaded to the research site SSRN finds that 90 percent of the coronavirus transmissions so far have occurred within a specific temperature (37 to 63 degrees weather) and absolute humidity range. For areas outside this zone, the virus is still spreading, but more slowly, according to a study done by two scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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