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Polar bear - Wikipedia

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The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding ...

polar bear | Basic Facts About Polar Bears | Defenders of Wildlife

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Learn about the size, habitat, diet, population, and behavior of the polar bear.

Polar Bears International: Home

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Information and research, FAQ from an organization dedicated to saving polar bears.

Polar Bear Facts & Information | Polar Bears International

www.polarbearsinternational.org/about-polar-bears/essentials

Complete facts and information on polar bears, including size, feeding habits, cubs, snow dens, adaptations to the Arctic, and population status. Plus gorgeous  ...

Polar Bear | Species | WWF

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Polar bears are classified as marine mammals because they spend most of their lives on the sea ice of the Arctic Ocean. They have a thick layer of body fat and ...

Polar Bear - National Wildlife Federation

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Learn about the biology, range and behavior of polar bears.

Polar Bear Profile With Pictures, Facts and Map

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Polar bears live along shores and on sea ice in the icy cold Arctic.

Polar bear diet | WWF

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Because the polar bear's body requires a diet based on large amounts of seal fat, they are the most carnivorous member of the bear family. Food can be hard to ...

Ursus maritimus (Polar Bear) - IUCN Red List

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Phipps (1774) first described the Polar Bear as a distinct species and named it Ursus maritimus. Other names were suggested including Thalassarctos, ...

Polar Bear | San Diego Zoo Animals & Plants

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Baby, it's cold outside! Perhaps no other animal symbolizes the frozen tundra regions of the Earth as do polar bears. They live on ice and snow, but that's not a  ...