Polar Bear

May 8, 2022

Polar Bears spend the better part of their lives on the sea ice of the Arctic Ocean. The Polar Bears depend on the ocean for shelter and food. Therefore, they are the only Bears as well-thought-out as marine mammals.

The bodies of the Polar Bears are covered with bright white fur making them appear adorable and cuddly. However, the Polar Bears are dangerous predators. The big Polar Bears are skilled swimmers and snow strutters that look mostly snuggly and hairy.

The Polar Bears cannot attack humans because they do not come into contact with them. Polar Bears enjoy hunting for seals or looking for other Polar Bears to mate and give birth to cubs.

There is more to learn about the brilliant Polar Bears, and the information below will be helpful;

Interesting Facts about the Polar Bears

  • Polar Bears are the largest Bear species
  • An adult male Polar Bear weighs 350-680kg, and it is 10 feet in length. The females weigh 150-250kg, and they are 8 feet long.
  • Polar Bears are excellent swimmers, and their large and slightly webbed paws help them swim. Also, the Polar Bears can hold their breath, and the hair on their outer fur is hollow to give them extra buoyancy.
  • The Polar Bears have in-built membranes for filtering the UV radiation that can cause eye damage.
  • Polar Bears burn 12 325 calories per day.
  • Polar Bears have the most sensitive nose for a land mammal.
  • Polar Bears can run at a speed of 40km/h.

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