How do panda bears control their body heat?
through there fur
Koalas are mammals, with no physiological similarities to bears, beyond that of other mammals. They are warm-blooded, non-hibernating creatures which maintain their body temperature the same way as other mammals do. When they are cold, they curl up to maintain body heat. When they are hot, they stretch out to release body heat.
Ectothermic vertebrates are animals that cannot maintain their own internal body heat, and their body heat is a lot like their environments temperature. Oh and they have a backbone. On the other side, ENDOTHERMS CAN control their internal body heat and differ depending on their environment's temperature.
By sweating, your body removes some of the heat that is trapped in your body. When you sweat, water is released through the pores on your skin. The water/sweat that is on your skin contains some of the excess heat from inside your body. Eventually the sweat will evaporate or be wiped away, taking the excess heat with it.
As the sweat evaporates from your skin it takes some of your body's heat with it. Think about water evaporating, you always need a heat source - the sun, the stove, etc.- for the sweat to turn from liquid to gas it also needs heat which it pulls from your body. This in turn lowers your body temperature.
musk deer wild yak red panda (face actually looks like that of a fox) snow leopard tahrs (looks like a type of goat) deer langur monkeys hares mountain foxes martens (like a cross between a fox and possum) Himalayan wolves Himalayan black bears. The oxygen gets thinner with the altitude. Therefore, the animals that are found here are adapted to living on less oxygen as well as a cold temperature. They have thick coats to…
Reptiles have only an extremely limited mechanism to control their own body heat. Because of this, their body heat is affected more by the external temperature. Where a mammal has many ways to preserve body heat (raising the hair, constricting blood vessels close to the skin, shivering), a reptile will lose heat to a colder environment. Ectothermic is the name for these organisms, who are also known as being 'cold blooded'.