It is the epidermis and the dermis.
Yes i am pretty sure not 100% though
The integumentary system regulates temperature inside the body by insulation, trapping heat inside the body and making it difficult to escape. This is one of the reasons why the human body is normally warm to the touch.
lipids are important for your body because they help absorb certain vitamins
they have lots of fur to help them maintain body temperature.
Sweat helps maintain your body temperature, Whenever your sweat evaporates, it cools you down.
Your question is not quite clear, but if you are asking "does the circulatory system help maintain body temperature?" then I would the answer is yes. It moves blood throughout the body which regulates the body temperature. Doing so also supplies supplies oxygen and nutrients for the cells in your body.
Your brain helps your body to maintain a constant temperature by detecting temperature receptors that are found in the skin. Temperature is controlled by the hypothalamus.
By the integumentary system
There are blood vessels in the ears that help maintain body temperature and the bigger the ear the more surface area it has to work with in order to regulate the temperature.
Temperature regulation in the body is maintained but the brain stem. They hypothalamus of the brain controls hydration in the body. Both help maintain homeostasis.
it helps it by keeping body temperature constant
Most parts of our body are made of protiens. It also produce 4kcal of energy. lipids produce 9kcal of energy. It also maintains our body temperature.
the skin help to regulate body temperature