Where Do Polar Bears Live?

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in the Arctic Circle including the North Pole and northern parts of Europe, Asia, and North Americactic Circle
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Polar bears can be found in Canada, Russia, Greenland, Norway, and in the United States-Alaska. They are considered endangered because of global warming, since alot of their ice packs
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Kodiak bears are common on Alaska's Kodiak Island. Polar bears are related to members of the Ursinae family, which includes black and brown bears. Black bears are the most common
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Where polar bears DO live: Polar bears range throughout the circumpolar extreme northern hemisphere in the Arctic regions where they can hunt their prey (seals) at open leads. The
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There are 19 different populations of polar bears, and all live in the. Arctic. region. This is the area that is north of the. Arctic Circle. which lies at 66 degrees, 32 minutes
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Polar Bears live in the arctic region surrounding the North Pole.
Polar bears live in and around the Arctic Ocean. They are the world's biggest land living carnivore and they weigh up to 600kg. Polar bears spend most their time on ice, on land and in the water.
The big, beautiful Polar bear lives in the Arctic. They can withstand the icy climate that gets down to -30 degrees F in the winter. They find food and swim in the icy waters.
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