You won't see me coming....
I'll take a stab. It's because they live in icy places and need a high-fat diet for energy to keep warm, which explains why they eat blubber from seals. Scientists close to an answer my arse, maybe they will come up with a theory of natural selection if they think hard enough.
I am feeding the birds in my garden.The food consists of fat balls and suet pellets,almost 99% fat content.The birds are feeding thir young and I cannot keep up with the demand. The answer is quite simple, they have a different metabolism to us and can digest the fat. Simples.
How and I can't stress enough HOW can wild seal-blubber eating Polar Bears even be considered obese? Obesity is a disease. That greedy cunts get.
Or maybe it's because the whole 'high animal fat diet causes killer obesity in humans' mantra is a load of junk science.
The ridiculous BMI index categorises anyone who is not totally emaciated as being overweight. I am 55, have a really athletic build, and a 34" waist. According to my BMI I am seriously overweight. I put on a few pounds last Christmas and veered perilously close to being obese.As for polar bears, they hibernate as well. Hibernating requires a store of body fat.Stonyground
"Or maybe it's because the whole 'high animal fat diet causes killer obesity in humans' mantra is a load of junk science."Sadly, the only sort of 'science' our MSM dishes up these days...
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