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  1. Answer (1 of 7): Reptiles must be able to feel the cold, because many of them spend a lot of their time moving between sun and shade, or items of cover that retain higher or lower temperatures than the open air, in order to stay warm or cool enough to remain active, find and digest food, defend t...

  2. Apr 13, 2016 · Reptiles are cold-blooded, but does that mean they’re cold-hearted, too? Experts aren’t exactly sure if reptiles have the ability to bond with humans or not. “Unlike domesticated dogs and cats, reptiles have retained their primitive characteristics,” says Adam Denish, VMD, a veterinarian at Rhawnhurst Animal Hospital in Philadelphia and ...

  3. Feb 17, 2021 · Because geckos are cold-blooded reptiles, many people planning to keep them for the first time do expect them to feel quite cool to the touch. However, actually feeling how chilly they can be by personally picking them up can still be shocking.

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  5. Answer (1 of 7): Reptiles (lizards, snakes, crocodiles, turtles) are actually often warm to the touch when you capture them. This is because they regulate their body temperatures by lying in the sun or moving to the shade.

  6. Answer: They cannot period. No discussion other than developing something like the mammalian internal heating system…aka = warm blooded. Reptiles are ectotherms…

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