According to "Parents" magazine, babies are born with sweat glands that begin to develop as soon as the baby is born. However, a major difference between the sweat glands of mature humans and infants is that infant sweat... More »

Sweat glands are positioned deep inside the skin, and their primarily function is temperature regulation. The two types of sweat glands are the apocrine and eccrine sweat glands. More »

The two types of sweat glands are eccrine and apocrine. Eccrine sweat glands are located all over the human body, and apocrine glands are mostly limited to the armpit area. More »

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Animals in the mammalian class, including elephants, dogs, cats, apes, bats, sloths, lemurs, horses and beavers, have sweat glands and sweat through either their eccrine, their apocrine sweat glands or both. Primate mamm... More »

A temperature between 97 and 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit is considered normal for babies. Babies have a fever when they have a rectal temperature over 100, according to Mayo Clinic. More »

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Like many warm-blooded mammals, primates have sweat glands all over their bodies, so they do sweat. When monkeys sweat, the water on their bodies evaporates to help them release heat and cool off. More »

The function of a sweat pore is to provide a duct for the release of sweat from the sweat glands, notes Everyday Health. There are between 2 and 4 million sweat glands across the entire body. More »