Are earthworms cold blooded?

Answer According to "Worm Digest," earthworms are cold-blooded creatures. These worms need a temperature of at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit to maintain their usual energy and vitality. They can sometimes s... Read More »

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Are reptiles&amphibians cold-blooded or warm-blooded?

According to the National Zoo, reptiles and amphibians are cold-blooded (ectotherms). They depend on external sources such as the sun to control their body temperatures. Warm-blooded creatures (end... Read More »

Is a dragonfly warm blooded or cold blooded?

Are earthworms warm blooded?

Earthworms are not warm-blooded. Only birds and mammals are warm-blooded, meaning they are able to control their body temperature. Earthworms are cold-blooded invertebrates. This means they depend ... Read More »

Why are reptiles cold-blooded?

Reptiles are frequently called cold-blooded, but that is a misnomer. In fact, body temperatures of some reach well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, which is not very cold. (You would have a fever.) A m... Read More »