Scientists had also known that lifespan could be extended in warm-blooded animals
by reducing the number of calories they consumed, which also lowered core body temperature.
Beginning with the first cases in 1999, the mosquito-borne West Nile virus has become established in North America, causing illness and claiming the lives of humans, birds, and other warm-blooded animals
All three are present in the intestines of warm-blooded animals
coli bacteria present in the intestines of warm-blooded animals
," team member Streams says.
Toxoplasma gondii is a coccidian parasite of cats; humans and other warm-blooded animals
serve as intermediate hosts.
According to the report, Staphylococcus aureus -- a potentially pathogenic bacteria found mainly in nasal membranes and the skin of warm-blooded animals
-- produces many toxins and ''has acquired resistance to practically all antibiotics.
Let's face it: There are no hypoallergenic warm-blooded animals
The very existence of warm-blooded animals
can be seen as a recent opportunistic response to the earth's fickle weather patterns.
However, all warm-blooded animals
, including household pets, can become infected with the rabies virus.
Trichinella species are found in virtually all warm-blooded animals
Gan recalls: Back when the Tlic saw us as not much more than convenient big warm-blooded animals
, they would pen several of us together, male and female, and feed us only eggs.
HCN is more effective on warm-blooded animals
than on insects; while 72 hours of exposure to a concentration of 16,000 parts per million is required to kill insects in a delousing shed, only 15 to 20 minutes exposure at 300 parts per million is needed to kill a human being.