July 2019 may have been hottest month on record
Some of the plants have gone without water since the garden was created in 1992.
The heatwave gripping Europe has toppled all-time temperature records in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Until 1992, the site of this botanic beauty was a car park.
As Paris sizzled in the heatwave currently gripping France, some tourists sought relief in the fountains in front of the Eiffel Tower.
As more Countries around the World have to deal with scorching temperatures, here are some tips from the Spanish way of life, better adapted to this weather.
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June 2019 was the warmest on record - with temperatures in Europe 2C above normal
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Known for being typically cold and snowy, Alaska is set to experience its hottest ever July with temperatures reaching over 30 degrees Celsius over the next few days.
Increasingly, Peuch said, we are becoming aware that even low levels of pollutants pose health risks.
June's extreme weather led to high concentrations of atmospheric ozone in central Europe. This animation shows how this harmful gas evolved through the week.
Spike in bogus websites selling air quality stickers for vehicles in France.
As Europeans cope with a record heatwave suffocating much of the continent, the importance of sun protection cannot be overstated. How to choose and apply sunscreen properly? Euronews gathered a few tips from dermatologists.
The heatwave currently gripping Europe has seen a surge in demand for cooling devices, such as air conditioners and fans, in shops across the continent.
Tourists visiting Paris on Friday kept cool whilst sightseeing by taking a dip in the fountains in front of the Eiffel Tower.
The French national weather service took the unprecedented step of issuing red alerts in four of its departments due to high temperatures.
Tempers flared last Friday when women sunbathing topless on the Isar river banks were told off by security guards.
In the eastern town of Eglisstadir, temperatures have almost reached 22°C and activities in the sun are in full swing.
Hundreds of kindergartens and primary schools throughout France will remain closed until the end of the week as temperatures top 40C in many cities.
If you thought ice lollies were only for humans, think again. The animals at Paris Zoological Park used the treats to cool down, as they battled this week's heatwave alongside their human helpers.
Police in Brandenburg released pictures of the man on their social media accounts and praised him for wearing a helmet.
To keep cool, some animals have taken matters into their own hands (or trunks). At these zoos in Austria and Germany, worm ice lollies are on the menu too.
Europe is bracing itself as parts of the continent are expected to see temperatures soaring above 40 degrees Celsius this week. Meteorologists say this June heatwave will possibly break previous national all-time records in France before Friday.
Tourists in Prague's Old Town Square got a slight reprieve from the scorching heat on Tuesday when a city worker parked a sprinkler truck in the public plaza and sprayed water into the air.
With temperatures topping 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), keeping cool is tough at the best of times and if you happen to be covered from head to foot in orange fur, sometimes there's nothing for it but to reach for the hose.