no but it does... because it rises when the ambient temp goes up and then we sweat etc to reduce it again and the cycle continues... it was a true representation...Originally posted by amyb
That's what i want to complain about! Line 1 did not represent, truly and clearly, an endotherm. While, line 2, i guess, was clearer, that body temp of organism rises with ambient temp., the body temp of an endotherm does NOT go up and down like that, unless fever is present...and it WASN'T. Bloody BOS people...what the hell is wrong with CLARITY?!