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A little Artic Trivia; (A) What color is a Polar Bears skin? (B) What color is a Polar Bears fur? (C) What part of a Polar Bear

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  • #16
    I knew the skin and the liver, but not about the clear hair. Anybody know why it appears white? I would guess it reflects the snow, but it appears white even in the summer when they walk the beach.

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    • #17
      I guess the panel is stumped?

      The other two answers are a polar bear can smell a seal from 20 miles away and they can hole their breath for two minutes under water.

      Greenhead, good question and I have know idea why their fur still looks white.

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      • #18
        typo mistake hold not hole.

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        • #19
          I know their hair is hollow, that is why you'll see some with a green tinge to to it in zoos. The algae from their pools gets into the hollow part.

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