Nope.. the heat doesn't bother them as much as I thought.Brother, that was my question earlier. If someone from the arctic climate and life comes down some place like Boston in the summer, how do they fare? Not only is the temperature much higher than they're used to, the humidity compounds it. (I'm thinking of when I lived in LA and met someone from Scotland in the summertime. He was very red-faced and sweating profusely, about to have heatstroke.)
Also, their stomachs. No whale blubber, different foods. And their systems are used to overheating.
Just curious. :
Military Intelligence proved that decades ago. Draft an Eskimo from the arctic and throw him into the Jungles of VietNam!!
The live and adapt quite well on Pizza; fries & Cheeseburgers.