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Polar Regions - Animal Adaptations

1st Grade

Stephanie Brengel

on 9 January 2013

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Transcript of Polar Regions - Animal Adaptations

Camouflage Many animals in the polar region are white or turn white. This helps them blend in with all the snow and ice. Blubber It is VERY cold in the arctic. Animals will have a thick layer of blubber under the skin. It makes them look fat, but it keeps them warm so they can survive the cold days and nights. Thick Fur and Feathers Arctic animals also have very thick fur or feathers to help keep them warm. The Polar Regions What are some adaptations animals have
made to survive in the Polar Regions? Camouflage is a way for an animal to blend in with it's surroundings. They do this to protect them from other animals that may think they look tasty. Penguins are also camouflaged. Black Skin Absorbs Heat There are many animals in the arctic that have black skin. Although they might not blend in with the snow, it helps them stay warm. The black color absorbs the heat from the sun faster than any other color.
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