COLUMBIA — Missouri residents trying to escape the heat aren't the only ones affected by unusually hot temperatures and persistent drought conditions. According to wildlife experts, animals big and small are being negatively affected by this year's record-breaking weather.
Extreme heat, drought putting Missouri wildlife in danger
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