Honey bees pollinate several plants. Honey bees are cold-blooded. While a solitary bee is cold-blooded, the American Bee Journal says the hive is warm-blooded.
Over 3,000 snake species exist, with the boa and python families being the largest. All are cold-blooded. This phobia is one of the most common.
These cold-blooded animals must bask in the sun to warm up. Crocodiles are huge, powerful, and aggressive. If not, their body temperature will drop, interfering with physiological function.
Frogs are moist and smooth, while toads are dry and rough. Frogs have longer back legs, thinner bodies, and webbed toes; they breed in water and are cold-blooded. Not all frogs are toads.
The cold-blooded salamander. Unlike frogs and toads, salamanders have tails and teeth. Typical salamander is 6 inches long.
These lizards' poisonous bite kills prey. This toxin inhibits blood clotting, causing blood loss and shock. These cold-blooded creatures have attacked humans in the wild and in captivity.
Dragonflies warm up in the sun. These animals can change their temperature without the sun. Dragonflies shiver in the dark to warm their wings.
Alligators are smaller than crocodiles, reaching 14 feet long and 1,000 pounds. The American alligator is more common, with 5 million in the wild. They're located in the southeast.
Some turtle species let environmental temperature determine if an egg is female or male. The egg develops female at higher temperatures and male at lower temperatures.