What Are Polar Bears Predators?

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Polar bears are at the top of the food chain and are known to be the Land's largest predator. However, human beings are known to be the bear's predators. They are hunted for their meat and for sport. They are also called sea or ice bear and they can be found in Alaska, Denmark, the arctic Russia, Canada and Norway.
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They have no natural predators in their area. However, man can be considered an unnatural predator (physically or with changing the environment) Enemies: Other polar bears and humans
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Males can weigh nearly 1300 pounds. Females, up to 700 pounds or more. Males can be nearly ten feet long, females to eight feet.
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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.
The predators of polar bears are they themselves and human beings. Polar bears become aggressive during the mating season in that they fight and kill for their mates. Since polar bears are at the top of the food chain they do not have many predators.
Polar bears are known as apex predators meaning that they are at the top of their food chain. They really only are in danger from other bears and humans. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear
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