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.
There is no constant body temperature for all the mammals. lots of mammals are too different from each other so there are too many out liners to put that information on a graph.
All mammals are warm blooded.Mammals and birds use a lot of energy maintaining a constant body temperature.
No. All whales are warmblooded mammals which maintain a constant body temperature.
Monotremes, such as the echidna and the platypus, are endothermic. Monotremes are mammals, and all mammals are endothermic. This means that they regulate their body temperature by internal processes and that their body temperature is constant.
Animals that maintain a constant body temperature are categorized as warm blooded. All mammals that live on land and in the sea are warm blooded.
Platypuses are endothermic. Platypuses are monotremes, which are egg-laying mammals, and all mammals are endothermic. This means that they regulate their body temperature by internal processes and that their body temperature is constant.
All mammals are endotherms. They are able to regulate their body temperature and maintain homiostasis. Say the temperature drops to a chilling 30°F, their body will try to keep them warm by staying at a constant temperature.
It doesn't matter what colour a wolf is. All wolves are warm blooded.wolves are mammals and warm blooded animals are mainly mammals and birds. A warm blooded animal will keep its body at a relatively constant temperature.
All fish are classified as vertebrates, with the excpetion of dolphins. Dolphins are mammals because they have a constant body temperature, hair or fur, are air breathers and feed their young on milk.
All mammals and Birds are warm blooded for example humans dogs seals etc
Yes. All dogs are mammals. They have a furry coat, maintain a constant body temperature, bear their young alive and feed them on milk.