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While disregarding the highfrequency, irregular oscillations (which may reflect ultradian rhythms or mere biological noise), one can notice robust daily rhythms in the body temperature of all three species. In nocturnal animals (such as the laboratory rat), the rhythm peaks during the night; in diurnal animals (such as the tree shrew), it peaks during the day. In some animals, the rhythm is relatively symmetrical (for instance, the fat-tailed gerbil), while in others it has a complex shape (as in the tree shrew).
Circadian Physiology by Ph.D., Roberto Refinetti