If you live in an arid climate, you might be tempted to stay in a tent in your back yard or in a hammock in your bedroom.

But a new study suggests you might not be able to do either of those things.

The research was done by researchers from the University of Utah and the U.S. Forest Service.

They found that people who live in arid areas may not be protected from wildfires as well as people who move into cities.

And in aridity-prone areas, they found people living in the tropics are more likely to experience severe drought and heat waves.

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