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Which of the following is not an adaptation of animals living in polar regions?


  1. Wide and large paws

  2. Layer of fat under skin

  3. Thin skin with scales

  4. Strong sense of smell


Solution

The correct option is C

Thin skin with scales


Animals living in the polar region such as the polar bear have a thick layer of fat and a thick fur to withstand the cold. They also have wide and large paws which help them walk better on ice or snow. They have a good sense of smell and are usually white in colour to hide from their prey while hunting. Thin skin with scales is an adaptation in reptiles. 

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