Are Polar Bears White All Year Round?

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Polar bears are one of the world?s largest carnivores. Polar bears are uniquely adapted to the north and freezing temperatures, their coats which range in colour from white to creamy yellow are thick and the hairs are designed to conserve heat. Polar bears are white to creamy white all year round which gives them excellent camouflage against the Arctic snow when hunting.
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Polar bears are one of the world’s largest carnivores with females approximately half the size of males. Polar bears are uniquely adapted to the north and freezing temperatures. Polar bears are white to creamy white all year round which gives them excellent camouflage against the Arctic snow when hunting.
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