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Can snakes and tortoises be both ectothermic and endothermic? Kan slanger og skilpadder vaere bade vekselvarme of ensvarme?

Nordisk Herpetologisk Forening. Marts-April; 472: 58-59

Can snakes and tortoises be both ectothermic and endothermic? Kan slanger og skilpadder vaere bade vekselvarme of ensvarme?

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