Polar bear adaptations

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  • Polar Bear Adaptations
    • Thick layer of fat for insulation and food storage.
    • A thick hairy coat to keep body heat.
    • Big feet to spread weight on snow and ice.
    • White coat for camouflage
    • Large body to reduce heat loss.
    • Sharp claws and teeth for catching and eating prey.
    • Strong legs for swimming and running to catch their prey
    • Greasy fur to shed water after swimming.


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