Yes, there have been many organisms classified as extremophiles, in which can live in environments with temperatures exceeding that of boiling water.
no. water only exists as a liquid between the temperatures of 32 and 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
the answer is false because how could things live with no water
235 F = 112.78 C
-235 Celsius is equal to -391 Fahrenheit.
-235 degrees Celsius
Over 235 degrees
-391 degrees Fahrenheit is -235 degrees Celsius.
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Normally between 232 degrees to 235 degrees.