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  • Information about polar bears
    By Yancy
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  • Where do polar bears live?They live in the arctic, the area that surrounds the north pole. Part of the arctic is frozen.
  • What is their diet? Their diet is seals, seabird, and berries. During the summer seals are hard to find.
  • How do polar bears find their food?Polar bears find their food by the kind of weather it is. Because if it is winter they go to another place and if it is summer they go to different side of the island.
  • How do polar bears survive?They have to have oxygen. They also have to eat often, but not all the time. They go to the ocean to catch fish. The polar bear is the biggest and most powerful of the animals that are able to survive the hostile climate in the arctic.
  • When polar bears have cubs! They have to let them stay with they about one year so they can grow . The mom takes them how to learn to catch seals then they are grown up .
  • Why polar bears don’t get along with penguins ? They don’t get along with penguins because polar bears and penguins live in southern hemisphere and polar bears live in the northern hemisphere.
  • Details about bears they hide to get seals.Polar bears have the same body temperatures as humans,98.6 degrees Fahrenheit (37 degrees Celsius. The temperature in the arctic can get as low as -58 degrees Fahrenheit 50 degrees Celsius.
  • Polar bear details scientists have seen polar bear swim more then 40 miles(65 kilometers they can swim four miles (6.5 kilometers per hour. Native peoples of the north call polar bear nook. Traditionally, they respect the strength and power of polar bears and believe they have souls. After killing a polar bear they thank the bears soul .