Polar Bears The Bosses of the Arctic

Polar bears live in the northern hemisphere in the Arctic region. They have thick strong coats to help them survive sub-zero temperatures. Polar bears are able to swim in the cold Arctic waters without freezing.

Polar bears usually live alone. They battle for territory and will even hurt other polar bears to protect their hunting areas. Polar bear babies live with their moms for a couple of years.

Polar bears look like they have white fur but it is really more clear. Did you know that a polar bear has black skin. The combination of their hair and skin make them look more whitish yellow.

Huge, polar bears are simply huge. They can be 4 and a half to six an a half feet when they are standing up on their hind legs. They can weigh 330-900 pounds.

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