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Warm-blooded animals?
a) change their internal temperature to match the external temperature
b) can function well in a wide range of temperatures
c) have the same temperature control as plants do
d) are less able to adjust to temperature changes than are cold-blooded animals
e) function well in a narrow temperature range

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