POLAR BEAR

General Description:

The largest of the bear species they have an outer coat and a dense undercoat. Their fur appears white however their outer coat hairs are hollow and transparent.


Distribution:

Polar bears are found in the Arctic.


Habitat:

Polar bears spend most of their time on ice floes or in the water.


Diet:

Polar bears feed almost exclusively on meat comprised of seals and other sea mammals.


Population: 26,000

Length: 8 to 10 feet

Height: 3.5 to 5 feet

Weight: Males: 660 to 1,320 pounds, Females: 400 to 700 pounds


Geographic Range

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