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Polar Bears


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Polar Bears

  1. 1. POLAR BEARS<br /><ul><li>Hábitat
  2. 2. Feeding
  3. 3. Manners
  4. 4. Features
  5. 5. Reproduction</li></li></ul><li>HABITAT<br />Polar bears live in Russia, Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Norway. Also across the polar area. Living in colder places.<br />
  6. 6. Polar bears are carnivores. The polar bear, Arctic King, feeds allanimals except Arctic foxesandwolves. Despiteall hisfavorites are the babyseals and reindeer (which are much scarcerthan thefirst) and come toeatabout 30 kilos of food a day, and thepuppies 1 kilo. Bears do notdrinkwater, because theirenvironment issalty and acidic. Theytake thefluids theyneedfromthe blood of their prey.<br />FEEDING<br />
  7. 7. FEEDING<br />
  8. 8. Polar bears often move by swimming or chips of ice to other shores.  <br />Polar bearsroamtheArctic ice and swimintothecoastalareas. Are verystrongswimmerswho use theirfrontlegstopropelthemselves. Theyhaveseen polar bearsswimmingoverlongdistances at sea. Mostlikely, part of thejourneythe hiciesen mountedpieces of ice giants.<br />MANNERS<br />
  9. 9. MANNERS<br />
  10. 10. FEATURES<br />Polar Bears are Mammal. He lives a measure of 25-30 years in the wild. Your body is between 2 and 2.5 meters, and its tail between 8 and 13 inches. It weighs between 400 and 730 kg.<br />Polar bears live in one of the coldest places, and thus depend on their fur, which covers their entire body, which consists of fatinsulates the body heat, thus preventing them from freezing. The coat grows them in the legs, which also facilitates the grip is slippery ice. Another important function of fur is camouflage that this offers in the snow, because of the color white. But under his white coat, his skin is black to absorb more sunlight when available.<br />
  11. 11. REPRODUCTION<br />The mating period is between April and May, but the eggs are not fertilized and begin to develop until September or so, in what is known as delayed implantation. During this time, the female is to store as much fat as possible.<br />Only pregnant females seek shelter during the winter , giving birth to one or two cubs during the winter in a shelter dug into the ice. All other individuals are still active despite the darkness and extreme cold prevailing in the environment and wander in search of food on the icy plat .Mothers do not eat anything during this period, but live of the fat that has accumulated in your body during winter, while the puppies are fed breast milk. This results in a strong maternal weight loss, should recover during the summer.<br />
  12. 12. REPRODUCTION<br />
  13. 13. MADE BY:<br />10/08/11<br /><ul><li>Maidana, Ain
  14. 14. Visconti, Camila
  15. 15. Puebla, Ana Paula</li>