The Grolar Bear

A Crossed Species

The Polar Bear

Near the north pole, the majestic polar bear thrives. Throughout it's 25 year lifespan, it feeds on seals, walruses, and the occasional whale carcass. Due to global warming, they are being forced to move their habitats further south into northern Canada and Alaska.
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The Grizzly

This bear, unlike the Black Bear, is pretty huge and dangerous. They live longer than the polar bear and the average American in the 1820's.The Grizzly is surprisingly omnivorous considering that it has razor sharp claws and teeth. It eats honey, insects, berries, and roots. Because of global warming, Grizzlies are moving further north to the top of Canada and Alaska.

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The Grolar Bear

The Grolar bear is a cross between the Polar and Grizzly bears. This cross breeding is unusual, yet there is a somewhat simple explanation. Global warming has forced the bears territories to partially merge: as a result, the Grolar bear. This bear carries more traits (physical and behavioral) from the Polar bear than the Grizzly. Here is a list of physical traits.

· Paws have hair on the bottom of their feet

· Legs are a darker color while the back is white

· Has long neck and humped back

· Long claws

· Broader faces and shoulder humps

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