Wouldn't it be nice to have someone fan you all afternoon, maintaining a perfect temperature? That's exactly what honey bees do. The busy bees work tirelessly to keep the internal temperature of the hive at a consistent 93-degrees. In winter, this is done by huddling close together to generate warmth. In summer, the bees flap their wings around the hive, to circulate the air and keep the Queen happy and chill. Replicate this organic a/c at home by having your friends run around your apartment with angel wings on. Or, you know, don't.
4. Get patchy skin
The unique colorful patches on the body of a giraffe not only camouflage the animals, but work to keep it cool. Beneath the patches are a complex system of concentrated blood vessels that help transfer body heat out to the the skin. The patches act as a kind of thermal window to help regular temperatures.
5. Shave your head and lose control of your bladder