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Are polar bears actually black?

Are polar bears actually black?

Polar bears are actually black, not white. Polar bear fur is translucent, and only appears white because it reflects visible light.

Why do polar bears never eat penguins?

According to an oft-told joke, polar bears don’t eat penguins because they can’t get the wrappers off, but it’s actually due to the fact that they inhabit different parts of the planet – polar bears live in the northern hemisphere and penguins in the southern hemisphere.

What is the highest temperature a penguin can live in?

All penguins maintain a body temperature between 100 and 102 degrees Fahrenheit (around 38°C) but they live in temperatures that range from 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32°C) along the coast of Patagonia to negative 76 degrees Fahrenheit (-60°C) on the sea ice of Antarctica.

Do penguins have down feathers?

Yes, like all other birds, penguins have feathers. The outer part of the feather is waterproof while the inner down section traps an insulating layer of air, keeping the penguin warm in the sometimes freezing water. Unlike those of flying birds, the feathers on a penguin wing are very short.

Why do penguins have wings but Cannot fly?

Penguins have strong wings and strong pectoral muscles to power them. Their bodies are streamlined as if for flight, so they still cut cleanly through the water. But water is much thicker than air, so their wings are shorter and stiffer than a normal bird’s wings.

Which is the largest of all penguins in the world?

Emperors

What is the most aggressive penguin?

Chinstrap Penguin

What are the four types of penguins?

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  • Gentoo Penguins. Gentoos are the speedsters of the penguin world.
  • King Penguins. King penguins look similarly to emperor penguins, with colorful plumage accentuating their black-and-white pattern.
  • Macaroni Penguins.
  • Rockhopper Penguins.