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Polar Bears
Habitat
Polar Bears live in the Circumpolar Arctic Region. Polar
Bears have adapted to the Arctic because they are able
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Prey
The Polar Bears main prey is the Ringed and Bearded Seal.
Depending on where the Polar Bear is they also eat Harp and...
Predators
The Polar Bear has two main predators. The first predator is
the killer whale and the second are humans. Both of ...
Unique Features
Polar Bears have a good sense of smell and are able to smell
dead whales and seals from twenty miles away....
More Unique Features

Polar Bears are able to swim in the water by using their front
paws to propel themselves while using...
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  1. 1. Polar Bears
  2. 2. Habitat Polar Bears live in the Circumpolar Arctic Region. Polar Bears have adapted to the Arctic because they are able to live in the water and on land. Their habitat is the entire Arctic region but their main habitat is on the offshore pack ice. When the weather starts to get warm the heat melts the ice and causes the Polar Bear to move back to the shore.
  3. 3. Prey The Polar Bears main prey is the Ringed and Bearded Seal. Depending on where the Polar Bear is they also eat Harp and Hooded Seals. They also scavenge on the carcasses of Beluga Whales, Walruses, Narwhals and Bowhead Whales. If there are no seals available, Polar Bears then eat sea creatures, reindeer, berries, sea birds and many more. Polar Bears travel twelve miles to find food.
  4. 4. Predators The Polar Bear has two main predators. The first predator is the killer whale and the second are humans. Both of these predators are dangerous because they can both take a Polar Bears life. The killer whale is a threat to the Polar Bear when it’s in water and humans are threats to them on land. The reason killer whales are threat is because they live in water and find it easy to move around. Humans are threats because they have guns and can kill a Polar Bear in one shot.
  5. 5. Unique Features Polar Bears have a good sense of smell and are able to smell dead whales and seals from twenty miles away. A Polar Bears fur gives them extra grip for traveling in the snow. Also the fur helps the Polar Bear to blend in with its surroundings and protect it from predators. The paw pads have a rough surface to help prevent Polar Bears from slipping on the ice.
  6. 6. More Unique Features Polar Bears are able to swim in the water by using their front paws to propel themselves while using their back legs to steer.
  7. 7. Video Clip By Kayla

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