You asked: Are there black polar bears?

Beneath all that thick fur, their skin is jet black.

Do polar bears eat humans?

Bears. Polar bears, particularly young and undernourished ones will hunt people for food. … Truly man-eating bear attacks are uncommon, but are known to occur when the animals are diseased or natural prey is scarce, often leading them to attack and eat anything they are able to kill.

Do polar bears eat fish?

Food Preferences & Resources

When other food is unavailable, polar bears will eat just about any animal they can get, including reindeer, small rodents, seabirds, waterfowl, fish, eggs, vegetation (including kelp), berries, and human garbage.

Do polar bears eat penguins?

Polar bears do not eat penguins, since penguins live in the southern hemisphere and polar bears live in the northern hemisphere.

Do polar bears turn green?

Well, each of the longer guard hairs on the Polar bear’s body is hollow and reflects visible light, much like snow. So when the sun is shining brightly, Polar bears appear bright white. … Polar bears that live in warmer climates (like in zoos) can have algae growing in their hair, which can make them look green!

What kind of an animal has no hair?

1. Hairless Guinea Pig. Some guinea pigs are actually bred without fur. They’re called “Skinny Pigs” and occasionally they’ll have some stray strands on their faces and feet, but their bodies are largely hairless.

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