Infrared Zoo Gallery - Tiger


Infrared Tiger



The tiger shown in these images is in the shade, however since he is warm-blooded, he generates and radiates his own heat. Notice the warmest areas - the eyes, ears and open mouth. These are areas where the tiger's internal heat is more easily radiated since they are covered with much less skin and fur.


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