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Question: Which of the following is a sign of heat stress in animals?

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  1.  Excessive agitation
  2.  Slowed heart and respiratory rate
  3.  Body temperature greater than 104°F
  4.  Lack of panting and little salivation

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4. Lack of panting and little salivation

Lack of panting and little salivation is a sign of heat stress in animals.

High temperatures and humidity can cause heat stress to animals. They get more heat than they can get rid of.

Heat stress in animals

(Source: https://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/animal-health-and-welfare/animal-welfare/pubs/heat-stress-animals.pdf)

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