Did you know that polar bears fur isn’t white after all? Its their skin is actually black similar to most bears. but their fur however is actually transparent! They reflect the color of snow and ice which gives the impression of white color when light reflects of them.

Polar bears’ fur actually consists of a dense and insulating “under-fur” covered up by guard hairs of various lengths, These hairs help scatters and reflects visible light into channelling the color of snow making the bears look white.

Its weird but true!