What Are Baby Polar Bears Called?

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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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Baby polar bears are simply called cubs.
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Each polar bear litter has 2 cubs and sometimes even 3 cubs. Cubs weigh around 10 to 15 kilograms (22 to 33 pounds) at birth. They are totally helpless/defenseless at birth and depend
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Polar bears are so heavily insulated that they easily maintain a body temperature of 98.6 degrees. In fact, they are so well padded from the cold that they can overheat when the temperature
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Answer White. Almost pure white in cubs and in adults just following yearly molt. May change to creamy, yellowish white when oils are oxidized by the sun. They are hollow and transparent
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A baby Polar Bear is called a cub.
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.
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