What are the morphological, physiological, and behavioral adaptations to environmental temperature in warm-blooded animals?

1) morphological: heat-insulating integument, subcutaneous layer of fat, change in body surface;
2) physiological: increased evaporation of sweat and moisture during breathing; narrowing or expansion of blood vessels, a change in the level of metabolism;
3) behavioral: construction of nests, holes, changes in daily and seasonal activity depending on the temperature of the environment.

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