Why don't marine mammals freeze to death?
I don't think that all marine mammals have fur on their body.Eg: seals, sealions, whales etc. Then how do they survive?
They have thick layers of fat under their skin. Lipids freeze at much lower temperatures and work great as insulation for the water-based tissues inside. Btw, seals and such do have fur, but it's really the fat that keeps them warm.
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