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Posted 14 July 2007 - 04:11 AM
Whoa. Very rarely do I encounter people who know that a polar bear's fur is indeed clear and that the properties of the hair reflect and refract light in such a way as to make it appear white, especially when surrounded by snow. However, the question does not ask what color is the bear's fur. It asks, what color is the bear? And generally speaking, despite the clear hair feature, the polar bear does indeed appear to be white in color in most any surroundings (except zoos where fungus turns the fur green - sad
Since it is a polar bear than wouldn’t the answer be clear not white because a Polar bear’s fur is in fact clear?
- You do not have to be faster than the bear, just fast than the slowest guy running from the bear
You could also make the argument that the bear is black. After all, we don't describe humans' color by out hair color, but rather our skin color.
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Posted 26 August 2007 - 06:38 AM
Pleas don't decline to answer...
Posted 10 September 2007 - 06:07 PM
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