Cold-blooded animals grow bigger in the warm on land, but smaller in warm water

Scientists studying arthropods, the group of cold-blooded animals that includes crabs and insects, have found that individuals within species living on land tend to grow to a larger size in the warm and nearer the equator, but that the reverse is true of species found in water. —> Read More Here


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