January 8, 2013
Australia Is So Hot, They Had to Add a New Color to the Weather Map


See that deep purple in the middle of this acne-red weather report from Down Under? That right there represents 129.2° F or 54 °C — it’s a brand-new shade that the Australian bureau of meteorology was forced to add to its heat index because their country is, you know, kind of on fire. 
[…] To give you an idea of just how uncomfortable this Australian heatwave really is, consider that it’s just past midnight there right now … and it’s 95°F in Sydney. 
Read more. [Image: Australia Bureau of Meteorology] 

Australia Is So Hot, They Had to Add a New Color to the Weather Map

See that deep purple in the middle of this acne-red weather report from Down Under? That right there represents 129.2° F or 54 °C — it’s a brand-new shade that the Australian bureau of meteorology was forced to add to its heat index because their country is, you know, kind of on fire. 

[…] To give you an idea of just how uncomfortable this Australian heatwave really is, consider that it’s just past midnight there right now … and it’s 95°F in Sydney

Read more. [Image: Australia Bureau of Meteorology] 

June 21, 2012

A Bengal tiger, sprayed with water by a zookeeper on a hot summer day at the Birsa Munda Zoological Park in Ranchi, India, on May 30, 2012. Zoo authorities are helping the animals cope with temperatures in excess of 104 degrees Fahrenheit by providing coolers, special roofs and regular hose-downs.
[Image: STR/AFP/Getty Images]

Note to self: Be more like this tiger.

A Bengal tiger, sprayed with water by a zookeeper on a hot summer day at the Birsa Munda Zoological Park in Ranchi, India, on May 30, 2012. Zoo authorities are helping the animals cope with temperatures in excess of 104 degrees Fahrenheit by providing coolers, special roofs and regular hose-downs.

[Image: STR/AFP/Getty Images]

Note to self: Be more like this tiger.

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