The heat waves,which cause climate change highly affect the wildlife and humans on Earth.
A study published in the journal ‘Physiology’lists summer as the deadly season for life on Earth.The climate change often increase the world’s average temperature.
The mass mortality of animals and bleached skeletons of corals across swaths of the Great Barrier Reef indicate that heat waves have a massive effect on the temperature.
A major heat wave in Europe killed more than 70,000 people in 2003.The trapped green house gases and carbon dioxide cause the atmospheric temperature to raise about the limits.
“Heat waves can also have more subtle effects on the bodies of animals,such as prompting increases in the number of specialised proteins that protect other molecules from the wrapping effects of heat.If populations of wildlife are experiencing more near-lethal,temperatures,you won’t see mortality but you might see shifts in their physiology that show they’re getting close to mortality,”said Jonathon Stillman,one of the co-authors of the study.
It is difficult to many vulnerable human communities ,plant species and wild animals to cope with such massive heat waves and thus extinction thereafter.The only solution to this problem is to strictly follow the Paris Agreement on global temperature and set specific natural space for that purpose.