Animal Classification: Kid-friendly information about how to distinguish between warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals.

Animal Classification: Kid-friendly information about how to distinguish between warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals.

Southwest Fisheries Science Center biologist Nick Wegner holds a captured opah, the first warm-blooded fish ever found. - NOAA Fisheries, Southwest Fisheries Science Center

Meet the Opah, the First Warm-Blooded Fish Ever Discovered

Southwest Fisheries Science Center biologist Nick Wegner holds a captured opah, the first warm-blooded fish ever found. - NOAA Fisheries, Southwest Fisheries Science Center

How Much Do You Really Know About Dilophosaurus?: Dilophosaurus May Have Had a Warm-Blooded Metabolism

How Much Do You Really Know About Dilophosaurus?

How Much Do You Really Know About Dilophosaurus?: Dilophosaurus May Have Had a Warm-Blooded Metabolism

Meet the first warm-blooded fish called the opah, or moonfish, living up to 305 meters (1,000 ft) under water. Pretty "cool" discovery. - Source: IFLScience

Meet the first warm-blooded fish called the opah, or moonfish, living up to 305 meters (1,000 ft) under water. Pretty "cool" discovery. - Source: IFLScience

It’s one of the most basic biology facts we’re taught in school growing up: Birds and mammals are warm-blooded, while reptiles, amphibians and fish are cold-blooded. But new research is turning this well-known knowledge on its head with the discovery of the world’s first warm-blooded fish — the opah.

Scientists have discovered the first fully warm-blooded fish

It’s one of the most basic biology facts we’re taught in school growing up: Birds and mammals are warm-blooded, while reptiles, amphibians and fish are cold-blooded. But new research is turning this well-known knowledge on its head with the discovery of the world’s first warm-blooded fish — the opah.

"The opah, or moonfish, is actually quite fast, and can run with the big boys like tuna and swordfish. That's just one of many surprising revelations coming to light as more of these mysterious fish appear unexpectedly in scientific surveys along the southern California coast.   Photographer captures stunning opah images.  Ralph Pace dives in with camera after rare catch (and release) off SoCal."

Photographer captures stunning opah images

"The opah, or moonfish, is actually quite fast, and can run with the big boys like tuna and swordfish. That's just one of many surprising revelations coming to light as more of these mysterious fish appear unexpectedly in scientific surveys along the southern California coast. Photographer captures stunning opah images. Ralph Pace dives in with camera after rare catch (and release) off SoCal."

organizational chart for warm and cold blooded animals - Google Search

organizational chart for warm and cold blooded animals - Google Search

Every Warm Blooded, Whiskey Loving Male Should Know How To Properly Cook A Steak - Caveman Circus

Every Warm Blooded, Whiskey Loving Male Should Know How To Properly Cook A Steak - Caveman Circus

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