It’s one of the most basic biology facts we’re taught in school growing up: Birds and mammals are warm-blooded, while reptiles, amphibians and fish are cold-blooded.
Is a cat warm blooded?
Dogs and cats are homeotherms, meaning they maintain a fairly constant body temperature of 101 to 102 degrees, according to James H. Jones, an expert in comparative animal exercise physiology and thermoregulation at University of California at Davis.
What does warm-blooded fish mean?
Warm-blooded is an informal term referring to animal species which can maintain a body temperature higher than their environment.