The number of howler monkeys killed due to the heat in Mexico rises to 157

The number of howler monkeys killed due to the heat in Mexico rises to 157

Mexico City The number of howler monkeys that have died due to heat in Mexico increased to 157, the government reported, with a small number of primates being cared for or recovering.

Meanwhile, an ecological park in the north of the country confirmed that it has received reports of the death of at least a hundred parakeets, bats and other animals, apparently due to dehydration.

A heat dome—an area of ​​high pressure—located over the southern Gulf of Mexico and northern Central America has prevented cloud formation and brought plenty of sunshine and high temperatures across Mexico.

Last week, environmentalists reported that 138 of the primates, known for the sounds they make, had been found dead in the state of Tabasco, on the Gulf coast of Mexico, since May 16. Nearly two-thirds of the country had been forecast to experience high temperatures of 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit) on Monday.

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