"The results further show that cold-blooded crocodiles lack not only the absolute power for exercise, but also the endurance, that are evident in warm-blooded
mammals," Professor Seymour said.
bovis, but nearly all warm-blooded
animals are susceptible to the infection.
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.
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"Thinking, feeling, warm-blooded
people use our facilities.
However, all warm-blooded
animals, including household pets, can become infected with the rabies virus.
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.
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That makes it the first known warm-blooded
fish in the world.
Like today's sea-faring tuna and great white sharks, dinos share some traits with both ectotherms (what people mean when they say "cold-blooded") and endotherms ("warm-blooded
They have identified a genetic program that promotes longevity of roundworms in cold environments-and interestingly this genetic program also exists in warm-blooded
animals, including humans.