Where is the tundra and who lives there?
Exploring thick fur helps people engineer wetsuits:
Tigers: Siberian tigers inhabit the tundra
North of the Tundra is the Arctic
Animals in the tundra stay warm with thick fur, while animals in colder climates might have a layer of blubber.
Blubber: is a thick layer of fat, also called adipose tissue, directly under the skin of all marine mammals.
Blubber covers the entire body of animals such as seals, whales, and walruses—except for their fins, flippers, and flukes.
Blubber an important part of a marine mammal's anatomy.
Biomolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids
Monomer: building block
Lipids: fatty acid and glycerol
Author: Jazmin Gannon
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