Polar bears come from the arctic. They only come from the northpole while penguins come from the south pole. They are mostlyaround Greenland, Northern Canada and upper norther…n regions GEOGRAPHIC RANGE Primarily on arctic coasts, islands, andadjacent sea ice of Eurasia (Norway & Russia),Alaska, Canada,and Greenland.
Polar Bears are different to Grizzly Bears even though they are in the same family, they are different because Polar Bears have a longer neck and Grizzly Bears live on land mo…re than on the sea ice. They are different because polar bears are white and grizzly's are brown or black also polar bears live in the Artic and grizzly's live in woods.
North America, Europe and Asia.
Not really, although they can certainly change a little depending on how dirty they are at the moment.
Polar bears diverged from brown bears but not necessarily the grizzly brown bear. Bears, in the taxonomic family of Ursidae, split off from other Carnivorans about 38 milli…on years ago. Then the Ursinae subfamily originated around 4.2 million years ago. According to both fossil and DNA evidence, the polar bear split from the grouping of the brown bear, Ursus arctos, roughly 200,000 years ago. This is thought to have happened due to their isolation during a period of glaciation in the Pleistocene period..
Siberia AND The Arctic. ~Summer~ They live in Arctic areas. Polar bears are from the Arctic. They live near the countries that are by the North Pole and Arctic circle such as… Canada, US, Russia, Denmark, Norway and islands near Scandinavia. They evolved from the brown bear approximately 200,000 years ago. Polar Bears live on the sea ice, land masses and islands that surround the North Pole.
because polar bears are use to the cold weather and they live in it too. brown bears live in the heat and are use to it.
Polar bears live in the North Pole(Arctic) and I think Alaska has some too.
The polar bear is the largest carnivore on the earth. Adult males weigh between 350 to 680 kilograms (770 to 1500 pounds). They can measure between 2.4 to 3 meters in length (…7.9 to 9.8 feet). Females are comparatively smaller and weigh around 150 to 250 kilograms (330 to 550 pounds) and measure 1.8 to 2.4 meters (5.9 to 7.9 feet) in length. The largest ever Polar Bear recorded by man weighed 1002 kilograms (2210 pounds). Standing on all four feet, their height at shoulder is around 130 to 160 cms (4 to 5.5 feet) and while standing they can be as much as 10 feet or more in height.
Yes. Spirit bears (also called Kermode bears) are a subspecies of american black bear. Polar bears are a different species altogether.
white and when born in light pink but that's all i know
Black bears are black, polar bears are "white" (actually they've got translucent fur). Black bears are found in boreal and temperate forests, whereas polar bears are found in …the Arctic on the sea ice. Polar bears are more carnivorous than black bears.
Well, There really isn't much difference. The word 'grizzly' means snow in latin, Polar is a region that is near one of the poles (north and south). They both live in extremel…y cold conditions and are capable of living off one decent meal every few months (e.g. a seal). They are both white in colour as the have a genetic defect in the colour of their fur, meaning that their fur is clear and they appear the colour of their skin: white. So, to recap, they are both white, they both live in polar regions and are both able to go an extremely long time without food. Hope this helps. The grizzly has silver tipped hairs on its brown fur, giving it a grizzled appearance. The grizzly is a race of the brown bear, and it and the polar bear are very closely related, the polar splitting off from the family around 400,000 years ago.
They come from Arctic regions across the world, from Russia to North America. They are not listed as endangered, but as vulnerable.