How do warm-blooded (homeothermic) organisms differ from cold-blooded (poikilothermic) organisms?

Warm-blooded organisms differ from cold-blooded organisms in that they have a high (usually above 34 ° C) and constant (usually fluctuating within one or two degrees) body temperature.

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