Is polar a language?
Unless you're a bear or have bipolar syndrome than no.
Vocalization and body language.
Nanuq means Polar Bear in the Inuit Language.
They do not have language. With the exception of humans, whales and dolphins, very few animals truly have language.
Polar Bear communicate with one another by making noises and by sign language. Polar Bears will touch or nudge each other on the face to communicate.
Bear (Polar Bear) Master of bears.
Povagolavagar Bevagear - Double Dutch
They do actually. Although not in our native language. The polar talk in what they call to be "Polandergymphy." It consist of gutteral noises from the throat and a snorting noise from the nostrils.
If you are referring to human language, then the answer is no. This does not mean they do not communicate between themselves.
Hissing means to stay away from the polar bear of her cubs while snorting means it thinks some other bear is stupid
Cartesian coordinates c language
Dennis Rockhill has written: 'Ocean whisper' -- subject(s): Bilingual, Dreams, Fiction, Ocean, Spanish language materials, Whales 'Polar Slumber' -- subject(s): Dreams, Fantasy, Fiction, Polar bear, Snow (Polar bear) 'Meadow Dance'
Soap is polar and non-polar
One of the first documentaries was Nanook of the North a silent movie that Robert Flaherty shot for a fur company Nanook was an Inuit but what does nanuq mean in the Inuit language?
BrF5 is polar. It is polar because it contains molecules that are polar, and it is able to have dipole moments.
Polar. Yes it is polar
It is non-polar
Polar contains polar. Non-polar contains nothing.
it is polar in nature...its said to be the most polar solvent
Basically, polar solvents dissolve polar substances, and non-polar solvents dissolve non-polar substances. Water is polar, oil is non-polar.
blood is polar
YES ITS HIGHLY polar
They are non-polar!
I2 is non-polar
Paracetomol is a polar drug
Dirt is non-polar
the molecule is non-polar the CH bonds are also non-polar
polar is thick and non-polar is ligt and will float to the top of whatever you put it in
Triglyceride is both polar and nonpolar its head is polar and its tail is non polar.
Polar because it contains a polar molecule between carbon and oxygen!
KNO3 is not technically polar or non-polar. It is an ionic bond, which means that intramolecular bonds within KNO3 are polar.
Polar molecules reacts with polar molecules and non-polar molecules react with non-polar molecules.
The hydrochloric acid is polar.
Distilled water is polar.
polar, however.. PF5 is non-polar.
it is polar because the geometry is asymmetrical.
HCOOH (formic acid) is polar.
Polar because of the lone pair
The ion bromate is of course polar.
Lipids, both fats and oils, have a polar head and a non-polar tail.
like dissolves like
Part of Ethanol is polar, part is non-polar. This property allows ethanol to be miscible in both polar and non-polar substances.
No, ethyl alcohol is not considered non-polar. It is considered polar because it contains a polar hydroxyl group, which is considered polar.
They are polar.
it is polar.