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  • 1. Polar bear Juan Martinez 4-29-11 Period ‘2
  • 2. Statistics
    • Biggest animal
    • 1500 pounds
    • 11 feet tall
    • Source: Helmer
  • 3. Habitat
    • Five nations have polar bear populations: the United States (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Greenland, and Norway
    • Source:polarbearsinternational.org
  • 4.  
  • 5. Polar Snacks
    • Polar bears mostly eat seals and sea lions
    • They also eat fish and plants and rabbits,birds,and bird eggs.
    http://www.pklifescience.com/staticfiles/articles/images/PKLS1927_inline.png
  • 6. Physical environment living on the ice .pklifescience.com/staticfiles/articles/imag Polar bears need to conserve body heat so they have small ears to reduce their heat loss through their body. They have thick fur and a layer a blubber to keep them warm. They also use the blubber to store energy that they use in the winter. Their white fur provides camouflage and insulation. Their paws are designed to help with traction on the ice and to help them swim.
  • 7. Works Cited
    • Helmer, Diana Star. &quot;Polar Bears.&quot; PowerKids Life Science, Rosen Publishing Group, Inc., 2011. 29 Apr. 2011 < http://www.pklifescience.com/article/247/polar-bears >.
  • 8. Photos
    • http://www.discover-the-world.co.uk/export/sites/dtw/images/gallery/canada/canada-polar-bears-fight.jpg_2092326501.jpg
    • http://www.savebiogems.org/images/biogem-main/polar_1a.jpg