What Are Polar Bears Enemies?


Polar bears are at the top of their food chain and are known as apex predators. The only known enemies or dangers to a polar bear comes from other bears and humans. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear
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Climate change/global warming and the melting ice sheet, starvation, humans, summer in the arctic (since this is a time where they are not going to be eating much) dehydration, etc.
Humans. See article below: Polar Bear Enemies. What are the Polar Bears Enemies? Polar bears are the kings and queens of the north. They live in peace, searching for food and swimming
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Adult polar bears have no natural predators except for humans, but cubs may be preyed upon by adult male polar bears.
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