What Is the Life Span of a Polar Bear?


The life span of a polar bear is about 20 years. It is very hard for them to go beyond 20 years. Polar bears are normally covered with heavy fur and their colour normally varies from pure white to more of a yellow hue.
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Polar bears live a surprisingly short life; the average life span of a polar bear in the wild is 25 years old. The oldest known bear in the wild was 32 whereas the oldest captive bear was 43. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear
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