Thursday, May 19, 2011
Heating,Cooling Issues with this Crazy Weather?
"Simply said, temperature is one of the most important considerations for reptile and amphibian maintenance. Many biological processes, such as digestion, reproduction, respiration and immune response, are directly affected by temperature. In the wild, exothermic animals, such as herps, are able to thermoregulate. They regulate their internal temperatures by seeking out suitable niches in the environment. In captivity, however, the options for a herp to thermoregulate as in nature are diminished or even nonexistent in many instances."
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