Environment and Climate Change

Extreme Heat Hitting Mexico: A Deadly Blow to Howler Monkeys in Tabasco and Chiapas

Mexico is currently facing an unprecedented climate crisis, with extreme temperatures reaching over 45 °C in the southern states of Tabasco and Chiapas. This situation is not only affecting the human population, but is also having devastating consequences for the local fauna, especially howler monkeys, a species that is already in danger of extinction.