Will this 77 degrees below zero temperature freeze the outdoor wildlife such as the polar bear?
Regardless of how the Polar Bear Dies it will be reported as a result of Global warming
DGH is back !
No I dont think so,I think they are used to ice and snow as the name implies.
So effective is their insulation that if they lie in a pit of snow they can survive minus -34C (-29F) without burning any extra energy at all. It won't even register on an infra red camera. So unless it stayed at -77 for a very long time it should be just fine.
Not the polar bears.
The First Dragon
Polar bears are well adapted to frigid temperatures. I'm wondering about Chicago's feral Quaker parrots, though.
It would freeze the wimps and no the wimps won't do...
No, that's their natural habitat
No, they are used to the cold and grow extra fur for winter. Some birds migrate south for the winter to warmer climes.