How do huts in Kenya keep warm in winter?
You should cuddle up with who ever is around you even if you don't like them.
But, if you live alone you should snuggle up in blankets.
The Iroquois kept warm in the winter by wearing robes made of bear fur to keep warm Read More
it can die so you have to keep it warm during winter it can die so you have to keep it warm during winter Read More
Their down feathers keep them warm during winter. The heat gets trapped in the feathers, therefore keeping them warm. Read More
what does a tiger do in the winter? what does a tiger do in the winter? Read More
They keep warm by having fur. Also, the some mammals keep warm by animal or natural insulation. Read More
Hamsters keep warm by eating a lot of food in the winter so that they can put on weight and keep warm with their fat. Read More
They have a thick layer of fat called blubber to keep them warm. Read More
yes actually Italy's hottest is 100 or so but it get's cold in the winter in Kenya is warm year round. Read More
They have thick and rough feathers to keep themselves warm in the winter season. :) Read More
They do not HAVE to be warm. I keep mine under a light built into the lid to keep him warm. It is nice to keep your fish warm. It is very pleasant in winter. I would suggest a warmer. Read More
black bears keep warm by their fur and getting into a tight ball during the winter Read More
Polar bears have blubber, which is like extra fat, under their fur and that helps to keep them warm during the winter. They also grow out their winter fur coats to keep themselves warm during the winter. Read More
to keep you warm in winter so you dont get cold Read More
It never gets THAT cold in the Australian winter for them to worry about temperature ! Read More
They have fur to keep them warm in the winter (: Read More
they hibernate. Read More
because they keep them warm in the winter Read More
They have feathers to keep them warm and their nests are surprisingly warm some birds even migrate to warmer countries for the winter Read More
Feed it its mother's warm milk, cover its body except for its head with a thin old cloth, and don't expose it to the winter, and keep it in a warm room-but leave the door open for ventilation. Read More