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true/false hypothermia death occurs when body temperature drops to 70-74 degrees
Stage 1 Body temperature drops by 1?C - 2?C below normal temperature. Stage 2 Body temperature drops by 2?C - 4?C. Stage 3 Body temperature drops below approximately 32?C (normal is 37?C).
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