What are the hottest and coldest temperatures a human body can take?



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    Starting at the cold, when a body part has a temperature that reaches 94 degrees (F) it begins to shut down, hypothermia sets in. As the temperature drops it shuts down more swiftly.

    When the body reaches 109.4 degrees (F) death normally occurs (or serious brain damage). At an internal body temperature of 111.2 degrees (F) death is almost inevitable. People have been recorded however surviving up to 115.7 degrees (F).

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