The Bear eats a lot of food during the warmer months to build layers of fat. During the winter, it hibernates and the stored fat is coverted into energy. When an animal hibernates, it spends most of its time in a dormant state, similar to sleep.
The Arctic Hare has thick fur and very white fur for camouflage. They dig shelters and huddle together to share warmth. They have taller hind legs and long ears. They can go 40 miles per hour. They also like to live in big groups of 100 or 1000.
Penguins live in the Antartic Tundra only. They are flightless birds. When they are hatched, they come in all shapes and sizes. Plus they are colorful. They eat only meat, such as krill, squid and fish. The female lays one egg and both parents take turns caring for it.