Insects have evolved smell receptors tailored to their individual ecological niches: fruit flies detect fruit, for example, and mosquitoes sense humans and other warm-blooded animals.
Experimental psychologists have demonstrated that a wide range of warm-blooded vertebrates, from parrots to bonobos, evince surprising antecedents of human linguistic capacities.
This warm-blooded , passionate work was a challenge for unaccompanied singing and there were some beautiful moments, in particular the Pie Jesu.
Since it is unlikely that a large warm-blooded animal will loose this metabolic characteristic and become cold-blooded, there is a solid case that Triassic thecodonts were also ectotherms.
Should we now imagine dinosaurs as thermally insulated warm-blooded animals that ploughed through snowdrifts and scraped the ice off the ground to find food?
Rabies is a severe and fatal disease of the central nervous system of warm-blooded animals, including man.
Their eggs are large, green, and poisonous to warm-blooded vertebrates, including humans.
This study calls into question our long-standing view that warm-blooded mammals were only occasional and accidental hosts of this human fungal pathogen.
Whales are mammals - warm-blooded , air-breathing creatures - but they spend their entire life in the ocean.
Keeping a constant body temperature is the most serious challenge facing warm-blooded mammals in an aquatic environment.