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Why do polar bears have white skin?
They dont. They have a illusion as the snow is so white it makes it look white.
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Why can camels live in the desert?
As they have evolved to have things to protect them like bigger flat feet and a water/fatty hump
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Why can cacti live in the desert?
As they have stems that can store water and reach out far. Cacti also have spikes instead of leaves to warn off things that may eat them and to lose less water
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Where are deserts found?`
There are some around australia, south america, and north africa.
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How much rain do polar and desert regions get roughly a year?
Deserts: 250mm a year. Polar: 166mm a year
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How does relief rainfall work?
warm air is forced to go over a hill. it then cools and condenses. it sinks and is wormed so it can hold more moisture and less rain.
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Why are climates different?
As the closer you are to the equator the warmer it gets. And the further you are the colder
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What is a climate like at sea
in the summer they are alot cooler but are warmer in the wintwr
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Are you ready for the test?
Probably not. DO more revision
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Why do camels have long eyelashes?
To see better in sandstorms and to keep sand out.
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Why do camels have thick lips?
To eat spiky things
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Why do polar bears have small ears?
To reduce heat loss
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Name one misconception about polar bears
That their fur is white when it is actually not
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Why can camels live in the desert?

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As they have evolved to have things to protect them like bigger flat feet and a water/fatty hump

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Why can cacti live in the desert?

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Where are deserts found?`

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How much rain do polar and desert regions get roughly a year?

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