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Maddie and the polar bear

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  • 1. Polar Bears Maddie Coggan
  • 2. 3 Things Polar Bears Can Do They use their noses to smell food 20 miles away. Female bears hibernate in the winter and while they are sleeping they give birth to their babies. They swim using large round paws.
  • 3. Polar Bears live on the ice in the arctic region. Here it is cold and snowy. When it gets warm they migrate north to follow the ice and the seals.
  • 4. Polar Bears live above the Arctic circle
  • 5. Polar Bears survive by… Fighting back using their teeth and claws Blending in with the snow
  • 6. Predators of polar bears Polar Bear walrus Man shoots them with guns Killer whales
  • 7. Ringed seal duck caribou fish Sea weed berries mouse goose Musk ox Polar bears eat
  • 8. Thick fur and a layer of fat keeps the polar Bear warm and protects it from its enemies.
  • 9. Facts About Polar Bears 1. An adult male can weigh between 600 to 1,200 pounds. 2. An adult female weighs between 400 and 700 pounds. 3.They migrate or move to find food. 4. A baby bear is small enough to fit in your hand. 5. A polar bear has black skin and clear fur.
  • 10. Bibliography • DuTemple, Lesley. Polar Bear. 1997, 599.786 Dut. • “Polar Bears”, Zoo Books. Vol. 24, December 2006. • School netTrekker.com – facts on polar bears.
  • 11. The end