What are the adaptations of polar bears?

Answer

The polar bears are adapted to their environment by having a big layer of fat under their skin which helps them stay warm. They also have paws which are widened and large that help the polar bear to walk in the snow; plus their fur is white, and which helps them blend in with the snow and ice.
2 Additional Answers
Polar bears have a thick layer of fat and a thick layer of white fur. They also have small ears, large body, sharp claws and teeth, strong legs and large feet with fur on the soles. These features enable them to adequately adapt to their environment.
Their white fur helps them blend in with the snow and ice ; A polar bear has a layer of fat under its skin which helps it stay warm. It also has a thick layer of fur
Explore this Topic
A polar bear adapt to their environment through the natural white fur on its body. Its white fur enables it to blend in with the snow and ice which gives it an ...
Polar bears are bears that have a thick coat of white fur on their bodies. Their bodies are designed in such a way that they can withstand the extremely cold climate ...
Polar bears do not need to drink water because they are so adapted to living on ice. They get the water they require from the prey they eat. Polar bears survival ...
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com