Sunshine time

With the sun shining it really doesn’t take much to push the temperatures inside the rainforest houses to a balmy 27°C.

basking basiliskThe butterflies, basilisks and other reptiles love the warmth, which gives them the added ‘oomph’ to flutter and scutter through the rainforest understory. 

The clocks may have been just put back in the UK – but don’t tell that to our animals. They go by ‘sunshine time’.

It may be cold and blustery outside but it doesn’t matter. When the sun is shining, it feels like summer over here.

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This entry was posted on Monday, October 26th, 2009 at 2:10 pm and is filed under Blog, Living Rainforest Blog.

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