Collective body heat warms nestwood ants
Wood ants heat their nests using collective body heat from large groups.
Mound passively heats/coolscompass termite
Mounds of compass termites provide heating and cooling at appropriate times of day thanks to orientation with respect to the sun.
Thermally-tintable glass, Thermally dynamic walls
Coat changes with the seasonsrock squirrel
The fur of rock squirrels serves as a source of long-term, seasonal thermoregulation due to changeable hair optics and coat structure.