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What is blubber?

A layer of fat just below the surface of the skin is called blubber . Eg: Sea Lion , Whale , Seals.

What is dolphin blubber?

Dolphins, porpoises and whales have a thick layer of fat beneath the skin to insulate them so that they do not lose too much body heat in the water. That's the blubber.
In Whales

How do you make blubber?

Blubber is the layer of fat under a whale's skin. It comes from the food the whale eats, just like the rest of the body.

Why do animals have blubber?

Blubber, or fat, is a way to keep an animal warm in extreme cold temperatures, like sea mammals that are in the icy cold Arctic Ocean all their lives. If they didn't have a t (MORE)

Why do penguins have blubber?

Penguins have blubber to keep warm during the winter.The blubber keeps the heat in their bodies and warms them up. To survive the cold of course-a penguin has to spend a long (MORE)
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What color is blubber?

Blubber is typically a dark yellowish color, but it can be lighterin color as well. Depending on the animal it comes from, blubbermay sometimes have dark areas on it.
In Bears

Do bears have blubber?

In zoology this is a fat layer between the skin and muscle of whales and other cetaceans from which oil is made. Bears do store energy as fat deposits to survive the winter
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How do you loose blubber?

You loose it by not sitting on the sofa all day like some people. Go outside, and get moving.