≈33.5 kJ/gram adipose tissue
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network of capillary blood vessels and nerve terminals permeates
the body’s adipose tissue, ˜85% of which is fat. This allows ˜33.5 kJ (8 kcal) energy to be stored per gram of tissue, making it possible for animals to accumulate and
carry a reserve of fuel substantial enough to allow survival
during extended periods of food deprivation (primary source)."