WILTZ: Knowing a little more about heat's effects not all bad
Imagine a hunter who has spent $20,000 for a hunt in Tanzania. The primary quarry is cape buffalo, and our hunter is on the road that first morning just after daybreak. The trackers riding the Toyota Land Cruiser's rear bumper are watching for fresh tracks. They pound on the vehicle's roof when fresh tracks are spotted.
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