Why is birds’ blood so hot?



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    Birds use thermoregulation to keep their bodies at high temperatures for a number of reasons. Mainly, this relatively high temperature allows them to tolerate a number of different climates and landscapes, making it perfect for their long migrations each year. Additionally, some think it helps with navigation to familiar feeding or breeding grounds.

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