Predict what would happen to the metabolic rate of the mouse if you increased the temperature. Predict what would happen to the metabolic rate of the mouse if you decreased the temperature  (You can make this prediction with text or with lines on your graph).  Support your prediction with evidence about endotherms and ectotherms.  (Hint: Think about what happens to your body when you get hot or cold.)

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Predict what would happen to the metabolic rate of the mouse if you increased the temperature. Predict what would happen to the metabolic rate of the mouse if you decreased the temperature  (You can make this prediction with text or with lines on your graph).  Support your prediction with evidence about endotherms and ectotherms.  (Hint: Think about what happens to your body when you get hot or cold.)

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