The testes (at least in human males) are vascular organs, the vascularization extending even o the interstitial spaces of the seminiferous tubules. The function of the scrotal sac, is to isolate the testes from the abdominal cavity, and provide a lower temperature ($1-2^\circ \text C$ lower than normal body temperature of $37^\circ \text C$).
But since the blood is the main temperature-buffer maintaining the normal body temperature and the scrotal (testicular) tissues are considerably vascularized, why doesn't the blood flow raise the scrotal temperature to normal body temperature?
If the reason is the location of scrotum external to the abdomen, then all limbs and limb-extremities are located in the similar way (and in those cases, heat dissipation would be faster than in case of scrotum due to less surrounding insulation by thighs and clothes), and hence the temperature of all parts except the interior of the head and abdomen must be at considerably lower temperature? Is this the case?