Those two bacteria are also found in the intestines of warm-blooded animals
coli, a common inhabitant of the gut of warm-blooded animals
, are harmless.
For the small comfort it offers, it is good that the Department of Agriculture has agreed to classify as warm-blooded animals
rats, mice, and birds, as intended by the Animal Welfare Act of 1966.
CAT scans of dinosaur nasal structure clearly suggested that dinosaurs were not warm-blooded, since they lacked the nasal turbinates that warm-blooded animals
use to prevent excess heat and water loss white breathing.
Obnoxious and destructive, the screwworm is the only insect known to consume the living flesh of warm-blooded animals
Toxoplasma is arguably the most successful animal parasite on earth: It infects hundreds of species of warm-blooded animals
, most notably half of humanity.
All warm-blooded animals
can get infected through ingestion of these oocysts.
Through Delta's Pet First program, a service designed to address the special needs of warm-blooded animals
shipped as cargo without their owner, customers may take advantage of Delta's special care and handling at each cargo facility.
Department of Agriculture with safeguarding domestic warm-blooded animals
from neglect and abuse.
The ticks' only food is the blood sucked from their hosts, which are usually warm-blooded animals
coli) is one of the many species of bacteria that is naturally found in the lower intestines of warm-blooded animals
The idea is that warm-blooded animals
spend much of their energy generating heat to keep the body warm.