any kind of mammal.
All mammals are classified as endotherms, which means they have some ability to keep a constant body temperature. However, endothermy is not complete, so a disease or extreme outside temperatures could overpower the mammal's ability to keep its body temperature constant.
Technically no. You are a mammal, and your body temperature can fluctuate over the course of a day.However, they are "endotherms", their body temperature is relatively constant and doesn't usually depend much on the environmental temperature (unless the ambient temperature is too hot ... or too cold ... for the body to compensate for).
No, some have warm temperature and some have cool temperature like polar bear is a mammal but it have cool temperature and like lion it have warm body temperature
How do are body's maintain a constant temperature?
Sweating cools to body to enable it to maintain a constant temperature.
Constant body temperature is maintained by warm blooded organisms - birds, mammals. The body temperature is maintained constant irrespective of an increase or decrease in temperature of the surrounding. The constant temperature is maintained by temperature haemostasis. This is achieved by altering the metabolic rate and rate of perspiration and urination. Maintaining constant temperature is also called as homeothermy.
Yes, warm-blooded animals tend to have a fairly constant body temperature. The scientific word for a creature with a fairly constant body temperature is thermoregulation.