Living organisms significantly depend on the temperature of the environment. Most of the organisms cannot control their temperature. As a result, their metabolism directly depends on certain temperature conditions. Other species can support their body temperature and also require specific optimal conditions. During the process of evolutions, the organisms adapted to a certain temperature and developed specific metabolic or behavioral mechanisms to maintain the homeostasis. Temperature changes can significantly impair their behavior patterns. As the organisms cannot rapidly change their physiological needs, they will find other areas with the optimal temperatures. As a result, the geographical distribution of the organisms will be altered as the organisms will migrate to the regions with the environmental conditions where feeding and mating will not be significantly affected by the temperature changes.