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Ectotherm - Wikipedia

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An ectotherm is an organism in which internal physiological sources of heat are of relatively ... out external sources of heat or shelter from heat; for example, many reptiles regulate their body te...

How Do Snakes Maintain Homeostasis? | Animals - mom.me

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In cold weather, snakes tend to be sluggish as their metabolisms slow down, ... Thermoregulation is the process of regulating body temperature, which is a major  ...

Temperature-dependent regulation of blood distribution in snakes ...

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Indeed, many studies have shown that snakes regulate their head ..... garter snakes can mitigate total heat loss and maintain elevated body temperatures.

Cold-blooded Snakes: Museum Victoria

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Oct 2, 2011 ... However, snakes do have control over their body temperatures; they can ... As a very general rule, snakes like to have a body temperature of ...

How Reptiles Regulate their Body Temperature - Scientific American

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Although they lack internal controls, they can maintain a high temperature by their behavior. A lizard, for example, can raise its temperature by changing the ...

Warm and Cold Blooded Animals - Cool Cosmos

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The temperature of an animal's blood is related to its body temperature. ... of warm-blooded animals, show how birds and mammals maintain body ... Snakes, lizards, toads, frogs, salamanders and most turtles will hibernate during cool winters.

PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Reptiles - Environmental ...

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Aug 9, 2000 ... Reptiles do not maintain their own body temperature within a narrow range like mammals and birds, so controlling their environmental ...

cellular respiration - Do cold blooded animals generate any heat ...

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Feb 5, 2013 ... Most of their body heat is generated by their own metabolisms. ... such as snakes (moving into shadow or into the sun to regulate temperature), ...

How Do Lizards Cool Off? - Live Science

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May 13, 2010 ... Lizards rely on the environment to control their body temperature. This strategy has worked well for millions of years, but makes reptiles ...

Ectothermy: How Temperature Affects Reptile Health

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Dec 16, 2014 ... All reptiles are ectotherms, or ectothermic. Mammals, on the other hand, can regulate their body heat from within. That's why it can be 98°F ...