Polar Bear By Milly and Eirin

Polar Bears are usually found in cold areas as such as The Arctic. Polar bears have black skin and although their fur appears white, it is actually transparent! They are the largest carnivore (meat eater) that lives on land. Polar bears use sea ice as a platform to hunt seals. Seals make up most of a polar bears diet.

Polar bears are more and more endangered as they suffer from climate change. The Polar Bears ice is slowly melting because of the heat. The environment is mainly snow, ice and water however the ice and snow is lessening.

Polar bears suit their environment because they are fantastic swimmers and this helps as the animals that they eat live in the water. Their main sources of food are seals and fish.

Polar Bears are generally solitary as adults. Swimming long distances is not preferred since it requires so much energy for adults and can be fatal to younger bears. Polar bears use a number of different sounds, and each has a purpose or meaning. When a bear is angry or feels threatened, it makes a low growling sound as a warning.

Adult polar bears have no natural predators except other polar bears. Cubs less than one year old sometimes are prey to wolves and other carnivores.


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