Polar Bears

By Sara

About Polar Bears

Polar Bears live in the cold Arctic. Polar Bears are good swimmers. Polar Bears have some type of goggles that they can see underwater. Polar Bears hunt by their teeth and claws. Polar Bears favorite food is baby ring seals. They can smell a seal up to 20 miles away.

The most important habitats for polar bears are the edges of pack.

Polar bears are found in Alaska, Canada, and Norway's Svalbard archipelago.

Arctic due to global warming could cause two-thirds of the polar bear population to disappear by 2050.

Today about, 25,000 to 40,000 polar bears roam the Arctic.

Around the age of four or five the female polar bear can start having babies.

The babies Polar Bears are much smaller than human babies when they're born.

Polar bears primarily eat seals.

change is now one of the leading threats to wildlife.

So we provided funding to create something new About Polar Bears.

Being Proactive for Polar Bears is a hard job.

You ll need to put them in a cold place.

The building blocks of the food in Alaska and the Arctic are feeling the effects of climate changing.

Polar bears do not hibernate like other bears, but females do enter into a dormant state while pregnant. After mating in the spring a female polar bear spends the summer ingesting large amounts of food and building a maternity den in a snow drift to prepare for the cub come.