Polar bears live in the Arctic along the shores of cold water. Pregnant polar bears usually have three babies, which are called cubs. They give birth to their cubs in the spring in holes in the ground, which are called d... More »

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Polar bears are the largest land-dwelling meat-eaters on Earth, with seals being their main source of food. Polar bears sit on the ice at a breathing hole, which is a spot where seals come for air, and wait for seals to ... More »

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The polar bear is a carnivorous marine mammal that lives exclusively in the Arctic. A female polar bear typically gives birth to one or two cubs per litter. Male adult polar bears can weigh as much as 1700 pounds and be ... More »

Polar bears live in the Arctic and are the largest meat-eating land animal. Polar bears eat mostly seals; they can smell a seal a mile away. More »

Polar bears are large, carnivorous predators that live in the Arctic. They are the largest land predator on Earth, and unlike other bears who forage for nuts and berries, live almost entirely on meat. More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Mammals Polar Bears

The polar bear is a carnivorous marine mammal that lives exclusively in the Arctic. A female polar bear typically gives birth to one or two cubs per litter. Male adult polar bears can weigh as much as 1700 pounds and be ... More »

Polar bears live in the Arctic because they are well suited to thrive in freezing temperatures. Polar bears are insulated by an ample layer of fat and a double layer of thick, white fur that camouflages them from being d... More »