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~Adaptation of animals and plants in the polar regions~

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by Amaliyah Miyazono on 30 October 2012

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Transcript of ~Adaptation of animals and plants in the polar regions~

^Adaptation of animals and plants in the polar region^ (-’_’-) ?How does the Antarctica animals live? Here's a few of common animals that live in Antarctica and how they adapt... :)







Other animals that live in Antarctica...
Krill, Whale, Wandering albatross and Antarctic skua.



~Emperor Penguins~ ~ Their feathers are very dense and also quite capable of withstanding cold. Feathers are slicky and waterproof. Cold weather penguins have a layer of fat that insulates them and they can self-regulate their core body temperatures. Shivering, walking, swimming and other subtle movements aid in maintaining warmth too. ~

~Other penguins that have the same way to adapt are:-
King Penguins, Adelie Penguins, Chinstrap Penguins and Gentoo Penguins.~ Done by: Rachna, Feng Jun (Emily), Jovia, Michael and Amaliyah. How do you feel in the polar region???
Well ofcourse you will feel cold... At the Antarctic region, tempreture could reach untill −60°C!!! That's a freezing temperature! But at the Artic region, it is −50 °C...
How does the animals adapt to this extremly low temperature?
Well, you are going to find out VERY soon... (>.<)
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