E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered Mar 12, 2020
Cold Blooded and Warm-Blooded are terms used to describe the normal body temperature of various organisms in relation to their environment or habitat. Cold-blooded and warm-blooded are two terms that are mostly used to differentiate between animals based on how their body temperature is being regulated. Warm-blooded animals are animals that usually maintain a relatively constant and warm body temperature regardless of the temperature of their surroundings.
Monkey, elephant, dog, lions, horses, cows are examples of warm-blooded animals. On the other hand, cold-blooded animals are animals that usually have unregulated body temperature; they always get their body temperature regulated by exchanging heat with their surroundings.
Reptiles, fishes, crocodiles, frogs, insects are examples of cold-blooded animals. Another difference is that warm-blooded animals usually require a higher level of energy to survive compared to cold-blooded animals.