A polar bear cannot be seen by an infrared camera


polar bear cannot be seen by infrared camera

Layers of fur and blubber trap their body heat well below their skin, leaving the outer layer to be almost the same temperature as the snow around them.

So the bears’ face and breath can be seen in infrared, but that isn’t enough to go on.


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