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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Adaptation: Animals in the Arctic Status Of Polar Bear Population Stable 45% Unknown 24% Increasing 14% Decreasing 16% *Almost all animals in the arctic have a thick coat or fur to protect them from the harsh temperatures. *Most animals in the arctic are white so they can blend in and hide from predators. Or so the predators can sneak up on the prey. *All whales, seals, and walrus' in the arctic have a thick layer of blubber under their skin to keep them from freezing in the ice cold waters. *Arctic Ground Squirrels make very long burrows in the winter. The sqirrels line the burrows with lichens. leaves and musk ox hair, then roll up into a ball and sleep for seven months *The Arctic Hare uses its white fur to blend in with the snow to hide from predators. Snowshoe Hare Lynx *The Arctic fox has very heavy fur to help trap heat to stay warm. Also in the Summer the fox hair is light reddish and in the Winter it's hair is white. This helps the fox blend in from prey and predator. *The Snowy Owl has thick layers of feathers all over its body for warmth. Another advantage to the owl is that it is active night and day. In Arctic summer days thereis daylight 24 hours. *The Snowy Goose has serrations under it's bill to cut and dig out roots and tubers. *Emperor Penguins aren't territorial so in the winter they huddle together for warmth. *Blue Whales store fat so they have something to energize on when they go through period of starvation.
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