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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Arctic Ice Loss Arctic Adaptations Arctic Wolf Arctic Hare Much like the arctic wolf, one of the main adaptations is the hare's hair. Not only is it very warm, it also becomes white in the winter so that the hare is practically invisible against the white background of the snow.The arctic hare also has very short ears in order to decrease heat loss.A third adaptation is the arctic hare is its powerful rear legs, which it uses to escape predators. Although these arctic creatures are very well adapted to their environment, the environment is changing too. arctic ice loss is caused by global warming, and is a source of rapid climate change for many animal species. these animals who have lived in this environment for so long will eventually have no place to go. The Arctic wolf has many adaptations that help it survive the arctics sub zero temperatures, and must have them to hunt. among these are small legs, ears, and snout to reduce body heat lost. Its thick fur also contributes to heat conservation, with a think outer layer and a soft, light inner layer that is the main defense against the cold that would otherwise make the wolf freeze to death. The Arctic wolf has a keen sense of smell, which gives it a distinct advantage over its prey when hunting. Many arctic animals have many adaptations that help them survive in the harsh climate that they were born in, and these are no acception.
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