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What temperature is too cold to play outside?
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Your lab is outside all the time How cold of a temperature is too cold for her to be outside?
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Can a pigeon in a cage outside get too cold in the winter?
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At what temperature is it too cold to be outside for an extended period of time wearing only light clothing?
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How many degrees does it have to be for a hamster to go outside?
Asked in Men's Health
What is the important for the testicles to be outside of the pelvis in the bag like scrotum?
How cold is too cold for swimming when pregnant?
You will know it is too cold because you will not want to get in it. If the temperature has enough effect on you to change your internal temperature you will shiver...and long before your internal temperature actually starts dropping, so you don't really need to worry..if the water feels too cold for your liking then it probably is, otherwise you should be fine (your baby too).
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Asked in Biology
Why do the testes stay outside of the body?
The testicles stay outside of the body to help regulate the temperature. If too warm, the scrotum slackens, so lowering the testicles further from body heat to cool. If too cold, the scrotum contracts and pulls the testicles closer to the warmth of the body. Regulating the temperature aids in sperm production.
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Does a lizard die when the temperature is too cold?
Asked in Cattle Reproduction
Does a cow need hot or cold condition to reproduce?
Cattle can reproduce at any temperature that is within their comfort zone, and that is typically between -25ÂºC and 28ÂºC. Anything outside those temperature ranges can produce conditions that may be too stressful for any breeding to occur, due to risk of cold or heat stroke, respectively. Note that what seems too cold or too hot for a cow or bull is definitely not the same for us humans!