3 dogs could behaviourally modify their own spinal cord temperature (Tspin. cord). In a hot environment, 2 dogs did not cool their spinal cord, 1 dog warmed it. The higher the environmental temperature, the higher the chosen Tspin. cord. These results seem to imply that this latter dog tended, in warm environment, to behaviourally reduce: Ts>Tspin. cord (Ts mean skin temperature). Data obtained previously support this explanation.
Spinal Cord Skin Temperature Environmental Temperature Warm Environment Spinal Cord Temperature
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