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Dragonfly's are not endothermic. All insects are ectothermic. (Correction)

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well as endothermic is a type of chemical reaction, i would like to see what sort of flies you know.

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Yes - all reptiles are endothermic. They need to absorb heat from an external source in order to raise their temperature.

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