Cold-blooded animals examples of how they differ from warm-blooded animals, a list with photos, features

Almost all mammals are divided into two types: warm-blooded and cold-blooded. The basis of this separation is determined by the energy source for thermoregulation. Cold-blooded animals are not able to produce internal heat themselves, which is why their body temperature is kept at the same level, but changes depending on climate fluctuations. Cold-blooded animals that live in areas with arid and hot climates can become warmer than warm-blooded.  Thus, cold-blooded animals easily regulate their body temperature by basking in the sun or hiding in the shade.

reptiles

common viper

yellow-bellied snake

Water already

Copperhead

spindle

Lizard green

viviparous lizard

Ocular cobra

black asp

Gyurza

Sandy efa

Rattlesnake

Anaconda

monitor lizard

reticulated python

elephant turtle

Amphibians

common frog

tree frog

gray toad

Triton

Fish

Ruff-nosar

Zander

Pike

Cod

Perch

Tulka

Burbot

silver carp

Acne

catfish

Ide

golden crucian

Conclusion

Cold-blooded animals have a number of specific differences. They may be more active and faster due to their reaction to heat. In the event of a deficiency of solar heat, animals can become quite lethargic and passive. Remarkable is the fact that many of them do not need a lot of food. Some snakes can only eat once a month. Cold-blooded fauna tend to hibernate in which they survive the cold winter seasons. If the temperature of their habitat stays at a minus mark for a long time, then a number of animals may die.

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