How have these animals adapted to survive?
Many polar animals have special adaptations, including thick fur and
blubber to insulate them against the cold. Here, we will list a polar bear’s adaptations:
Small ears: Prevent cold.
Sharp claws and teeth: Rip apart flesh.
Thick, white fur: Used for insulation.
Thick layer of blubber: Insulates body.
Black skin: Absorb heat.
Fur on soles: Prevent slipping on ice.Strong legs: Used to walk for miles.