What does the fur coat of a bear have to do with homeostasis?

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The process of homeostasis helps to regulate body temperatures in relation to the environmental temperature. The fur coat of a bear is useful in the homeostasis process. The fur keeps the body of the bear warm in cold temperatures.
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