How Can The Behavior Of Animals Be Used To Predict The Weather?
Would it be too much of an asking ... if I ask you to read my Hub, on "How to Predict and Survive Earthquakes" ...
The Hub provides tangible guidelines, what can help you in understanding, the Weather phenomenon ... vis a vis, the Animals advance Sensing of Natural Disasters.
On day or two before a rain or passage of a cold or warm front, animals tend to alter their behavior. For an example: Frogs tend to begin croaking quite frequently and birds become more quieter. The higher the humidity and dewpoint are the more it affects them as well.
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