adaption for the cold
Beluga whale lives far to the north. They have no fins because if they have fins it will be scraped. Beluga whale have a blow hole to breath , they can breath without poking there heads up and they have no seance of smell at all.
Polar bears have thick hair to warm them-self. They has long neck to swim. The polar bear has 4 inch layer of fat to keep them warm as well. They have a 2nd eye- lid to help it swim in the water and also is for clear vision in the water. The polar bears have wide feet to to walk on extremely cold snow .
Penguins have waterproof coat. Emperor penguins are a very good example of this. These penguins have four layers of scale-like feathers. These layers overlap each other, forming a good protection from the wind, even in blizzard conditions.
adaption for the cold areas
Mosses have the least number of species in Antarctica, but it reproduce rapidly because of its life cycle. You can only find mosses in certain places such as 10cm deep in the ground.They gather in groups, which make them possible to collect and retain more water