Yep, that’s not a typo. The first animal may come as a direct surprise to some. You see, the black bear is not only found in colder regions of North America, but actually in Florida as well. However, because their fur becomes lighter as temperatures increase, they tend to be brownish in Florida. This is because darker fur absorbs more sunlight and converts it into heat. However, since there is no lack of heat in Florida, lighter fur, which does not store quite as much heat, is sufficient for them there. But why are polar bears white then? Their fur is actually not really white, but translucent.
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