A list of warm-blooded animals would include all mammals and birds (with very few exceptions), such as apes, monkeys, whales, elephants, cheetahs, giraffes, dogs, cats, pigs and humans. All reptiles, amphibians, fish and... More »

Amphibians are not warm-blooded animals. Warm-blooded animals generate their own heat in cold temperatures and cool themselves in warm temperatures, maintaining a stable overall body temperature in any weather. The body ... More »

The difference between warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals involves the body temperature of the animal. Birds and mammals have warm blood and attempt to keep their internal parts at a set temperature. In a colder envir... More »

Some examples of diurnal animals are humans, birds, pet dogs and cats, squirrels, elephants, gorillas, hawks, butterflies and honeybees. All of these animals are considered diurnal because they are mainly active during t... More »

Although cheetahs are one of the smallest species of the big cats, they are the fastest mammals on land with bodies that evolved for speed. However, the cheetah is also the most endangered of the cats due to habitat loss... More »

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Bengal tigers are mammals with a carnivorous diet, primarily eating large mammals such as wild deer, pigs and buffalo. This species can eat as much as 60 pounds of food in one night if they are really hungry. Bengal tige... More »

Bengal tigers are avid hunters of both large and small mammals, preferring to eat buffalo, deer and pigs. Bengal tigers will eat almost any mammal it can take down, including humans. More »