How are animals living in the polar region adapted to the conditions in which they live in?
Animals of the Arctic have many adaptations to help them survive in often inhospitable climate.
A polar bear lives in the cold, snowy Arctic lands. They are the largest land carnivores.
How has a polar bear adapted to its Arctic environment?
Why are polar bears white?
How does a polar bear keep warm?
Why does a polar bear have very wide, large paws?
Why does a polar bear have nostrils which it can close?
Diagram of Adaptations
Why will we not find a polar bear living in a desert?
Polar bears are adapted to suit a cold environment.
If a polar bear was adapted to live in a desert:
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