How Do Polar Bears Move?

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Polar bears move by walking... they have four legs and they walk just like a dog would. They also use the dog paddle swimming method to get around in water.
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Polar bears move by using their feet!!! DUH!!??
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1. Plan your trip. The most successful time to hunt polar bear is between February and April of each year. This is when the bears are most mobile and looking for food to bulk up after
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1. Draw a tilted oval for the head. 2. Draw a curve for the snout and two circles for the ear. 3. Draw a circle then draw an oval intersecting it for the body of the polar bear. 4
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Many arctic animals are white, to better camouflage themselves against the ice. The white color helps the bear hide itself from its prey. Incidentally, polar bears actually have black
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Polar Bear
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ursus Species: Ursus maritimus
Unlike Black and Grizzly bears, which are primarily nocturnal, the Polar Bear may be active at any time of the day or year, searching for prey on long summer days and sometimes on long winter nights. Adaptations to its Arctic... More »
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