Baby polar bears are called cubs. Polar bears naturally inhabit east green land, Canada, Alaska and Arctic tundra. Baby polar bears stay with their mothers for 2 years. The cubs can see, play and walk a few weeks after their birth.
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what are baby polar bears called
A baby polar beer is called a cub. The calf's are mainly born in January to February and during this time the female prepares the cubs' den. It gives birth to between 1 to 4 cubs in 9 months and in a few weeks the cubs can see, walk and play.