Subject: What makes mammals warm blooded, and other animals not?
Date: Fri Jan 5 16:15:27 2001
Posted by Jerry
Grade level: nonaligned
City: kenmore State/Province: WA
Area of science: General Biology
There is no specific heater organ in a mammals body. Both mammals and say
lizards eat, digest, metabolize etc. What is different in a mammals body
that generates heat. What is the mechanism that heats the body; some
exothermic chemical reaction I guess ... but what exactly? How does it
work? Where does it live in the body?
Re: What makes mammals warm blooded, and other animals not?
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