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In man, most thermoception is done by the skin. The details of how temperature receptors work is still being investigated. There appear to be at least two types of sensor: those that detect heat (i.e. temperatures above body temperature) and those that detect cold (i.e. temperatures below body temperature).
- Main article: Thermoception in animals