Animals cool themselves in several different ways:
Mammals have sweat glands which allow cooling of the skin by the evaporation of moisture which is ‘perspired’ when body temperature raises. Sweat glands cover the majority of the bodies of some mammals, but in other’s such as dogs and cats there are only sweat glands are only on the pads of paws. and these animals resolve to panting which applies the same principal of evaporation to the much smaller surface area of the mouth.
Outside of this evolutionary behavior has also developed such as seeking shade or water.
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