What Is the Food Chain for a Polar Bear?

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The food chain for a polar bear ends with him at the top. The polar bear's main food is seals, whose fat provides him with the greatest number of calories. He may eat beached whales or other animals if the opportunity arises, but he needs the fat from seals to survive. Further down the food chain, those same seals mainly feed on fish, who in turn feed on smaller fish.
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