How Tall Is a Polar Bear?

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Polar bears are the largest bear and males on average, are 900-1500lbs. They also stand at an average of 8-8.4 feet tall. The largest polar bear on record was over 2200lbs. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear
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On average polar bears are 5 feet tall at the shoulder. When standing upright males tend to be between 8-10 feet tall, while females are considerably smaller and stand between 6-8
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Just a little bit shorter, because these measurements will be from the tip of their snout to the end of their feet. when they stand erect they won't stick their nose straight up to
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Standing polar bear height is 8-11 feet. Their foot size is 12 inches long, 10 inches wide. Mating period is March to June.
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