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Creator's note Tyler Martin!

After polar bears molt (they molt yearly like the penguin but it’s more like a dog shedding than the penguin’s ordeal) their coats appear bright white. By summer the sun can cause some oxidation and that’s why their coats will appear more yellowish. Sometimes in zoos, polar bears will even appear to be a bit green, this can be due to algae growing in their hollow hairs.

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