Water has a high heat capacity, i.e., the ability to absorb thermal energy with a minimum increase in its own temperature. The large heat capacity of the water protects the tissues of the body from a rapid and strong increase in temperature. Many organisms cool by evaporating water (transpiration in plants, perspiration in animals).
Water also has high thermal conductivity, providing an even distribution of heat throughout the body. Therefore, high specific heat and high thermal conductivity make water an ideal fluid for maintaining the thermal balance of the cell and the body.
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