Cold-Blooded Reptiles
00:11 - 02:05
1m 54s

Bill Nye introduces reptiles and explains how they are able to live in different environments around the world by regulating their own body temperature. As cold-blooded organisms, they don't keep the same body temperature throughout the day.

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