Are polar bear testicles covered with fur?
Yes they are. They're also closer up into the body so that they stay warm and don't get frost bite during the coldest days of the Arctic winter.
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Polar bears do not have white fur, but semi-transparent fur. The polar bear's fur seems colourless and for many years, scientists worked on the theory that the individual hair…s act as fiber optics bringing sunlight directly to the skin. This has recently been proven to be incorrect, and the hairs are not truly transparent, but contain keratin. Viewed side-on, the hairs appear colourless; viewed lengthwise (as if one was looking down a telescope) the hairs no longer appear transparent. Polar Bears are white because the sun washed the color out of the sun and turned the fur folicoles white. Actually this is common misconception. Polar bears do not have white fur, rather they have "transparent" hair or hollow tubes as hair that easily reflect the visible light spectrum and make them appear white. Mainly it is for camouflage in the bear's natural habitat, which is snow and ice in order to more easily hunt seals, fish and walrus. Actually this is common misconception. Polar bears do not have white fur, rather they have "transparent" hair or hollow tubes as hair that easily reflect the visible light spectrum and make them appear white. Mainly it is for camouflage in the bear's natural habitat, which is snow and ice in order to more easily hunt seals, fish and walrus.
polar bears fur is white
The fur of a polar bear is semi-transparent, and actually looks yellow up close, but the snow makes it look white. This doesn't exactly mean that a polar bear would look green… if it lived in a grassy area, though.
To keep warm
Its greasy fur is water-repellent, and so it reduces heat loss by cooling through evaporation. (Water requires energy from the skin to evaporate).
Theyd be cold.
the polar bear uses its fur to stay warm
A polar bear must be killed and skinned first before you can getfurs from such a beast.
They are mammals and mammals have fur on the body. And also, the fur on them is too keep themselves warm at arctic regions because these regions too cold regions
keeping eskimos warm and clothed
Because they live in the North Pole- which is very cold! So they need a thick coat to keep them warm!
Oh yes, polar bears are covered in fur, which is white in color. They have four legs.
well fur is not alive and the fur on a polar bear is thick so it can withstand anything