Is it possible for bacteria that constantly live in hot springs of geysers at a temperature of 70 ° C and cannot survive if the temperature of their cells changes by only a few degrees, be called warm-blooded organisms?
it is impossible, since warm-blooded animals maintain a constantly high internal temperature due to the internal heat generated by the body itself. Bacteria living in hot springs use external heat, but because their temperature is always high and constant, they are called false myothermal.
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