Yes more than 106
If that bodily temperature is maintained for an extended time, yes; organs will begin to fail. The time necessary will vary by person as some people are more resistant to fever than others.
Temperature is simply a measurement of the degree of hotness. So plants don't need temperature, they need temperature that is above say 100C. The temperature must be above a certain amount - which is different for different plants - because all living things are basically a lot of chemicals and these chemicals react with one another to produce growth or movement. Chemical reactions are slower at lower temperatures and may stop altogether if the temperature drops too low.
They would get to hot and die.
I usually boil the kettle and use that water to wash my hands to make sure the bacteria on my hands die a long warm painful death by drowning
120 0F is equivalent to 49 0C. No special event.
Your body temperature will be about 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit all the time. If your temperature falls much below that, you will die of hypothermia.
Thermometers are important in order to tell exactly what a person's temperature is. A person can die from having a temperature that is either too high or too low.
Surrounding temperature, or body temperature? The latter is not compatible with life. The former only if enough cooling by evaporation of sweat is possible.
When a person dies, his heat stops beating which means the blood stops flowing. This is why his body temperature goes cold.
they die at the certain temperature their climate is or by their weather patterns they have in their area as if i die in a veryy hot place like the dessert then i die with the body temperature of heat and i may have died from the heat that they have
A mouse would die almost immediately in Jupiter. The temperature is about -110°C and the atmosphere doesn't have any oxygen for it to breathe.
episode 122. :'(
No but people have lived for a long time like 110.
Duan Xi died in 110.
Zosimus - martyr - died in 110.
Antiochus of Sulcis died in 110.