What Does a Polar Bear Look like?

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Polar bears are better known for their white coats and their huge size. They are the biggest of all bears. They can grow as tall as 11 feet and weigh around 1,000 lbs. Their skin is actually black and the fur is clear but gives off the white color.
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the polar bear is a white bear. it looks like any normal bear bu it's white.
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Polar Bear
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ursus Species: Ursus maritimus
Unlike Black and Grizzly bears, which are primarily nocturnal, the Polar Bear may be active at any time of the day or year, searching for prey on long summer days and sometimes on long winter nights. Adaptations to its Arctic... More »
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