How Do Polar Bears Protect Themselves?


Polar bears are large predatory animals that have a variety of ways to protect themselves and their young. They have fur to protect them from the cold. The paws have sharp claws.
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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 »
Polar bears are extremely large, aggressive predators that have no natural enemy except for man. They have large teeth in powerful jaws, and large claws on powerful paws and that they can defend themselves with those.
Q&A Related to "How Do Polar Bears Protect Themselves?"
A polar bear only needs to protect themselves against killer whales and humans. There is very little defense against a gun and a whale.
Polar bears are very strong. They have large teeth and claws with an excellent sense of smell.
Snow, despite its frigid temperature, helps keep a polar bear warm. These bears pile snow on top of them; the snow then acts as an insulating blanket, according to Polar Bears International
how polar bears get warm and can hide in their cold environment? body of polar bear is covered with hollow tiny transparent hairs. they are transparent and hollow to reflect the light
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