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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Polar bears can be as much as 2.5 meters from tail to nose. That's just over 8 foot, 2 inches tall. Males can weigh as much as 1,760 pounds. For more information see here:
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Shoulder height: 5'3" Standing on hind feet it is 12' tall.
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Polar bears reach 4 feet tall or more at the shoulder. When they st...
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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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