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Re: Why insulation = endothermy



At this time, it becomes appropriate to ask for a definition of  "full
endothermy".  Does this include only thermal energy (that is, necessary
to an animal's function) produced entirely by the animal; or mostly by an
animal (remember, it has been pointed out that in some cases, even
endotherms bask).  Does it include tachymetabolism?  How about
homeothermy/poikilothermy?
The only reason for the new  "101 Dalmations"  movie is so the drag
queens will have something to wear next year.