explain why dogs pant during hot summer days using the evaporation concept?
All, or almost all, warm-blooded creatures get rid of excess heat by evaporating moisture from their bodies. It's a great system, because evaporation takes a lot of heat. That's the reason people perspire when we're active and build up a lot of heat inside. The evaporation of sweat from our skin carries away heat with it. Dogs do not sweat on their skin. The only place they can evaporate moisture is through their mouth. Panting speeds up the evaporation by blowing air across the moisture.