WHATS COOLED BLOODEDE ANIMALS

@kovaijp (117)
India
November 24, 2006 4:01am CST
WHAT DOES IT MEANS
5 responses
@achal06 (259)
• India
24 Nov 06
ectotherms
@luskas (3430)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
You mean cold blooded animals? It means exactly what it seems animals with cold blood... Cold-blooded animals (ectotherms) are animals that do not have an internal mechanism for regulating body temperature, relying instead on solar energy captured by the environment. Reptiles, amphibians and fish are examples of cold-blooded animals. You can see more on: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-cold-blooded-animal.htm
@luskas (3430)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
You mean cold blooded animals? It means exactly what it seems animals with cold blood... Cold-blooded animals (ectotherms) are animals that do not have an internal mechanism for regulating body temperature, relying instead on solar energy captured by the environment. Reptiles, amphibians and fish are examples of cold-blooded animals. You can see more on: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-cold-blooded-animal.htm
@luskas (3430)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
You mean cold blooded animals? It means exactly what it seems animals with cold blood... Cold-blooded animals (ectotherms) are animals that do not have an internal mechanism for regulating body temperature, relying instead on solar energy captured by the environment. Reptiles, amphibians and fish are examples of cold-blooded animals. You can see more on : http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-cold-blooded-animal.htm
@yugi_sen (1742)
• India
24 Nov 06
It means their body temperature changes as per the surrounding. For humans (warm blooded) it should be within 95-105 F.