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Why are polar bears vertebrates?
All humans living on this planet right now are in charge of doing their part to protect these magnificent creatures from the threat of extinction. And we can not sit by idly a…nd assume that what happens to these bears doesn't affect us. They are the top predator in the Arctic. If their habitat and food sources are not preserved, they will move closer to humans to hunt and forage which places all humans in the area at risk. They may eat our pets, stock, and perhaps even us. We should protect them and their environment from climate warming and from the melting of their ice hunting grounds. They are adapted so well to the cold that they could have problems with overheating and hyperthermia if the conditions warm too much. We should learn as much as we can about them and their needs and habits. We should demand that oil production be moved from their ecosystem and that man stops the negative impacts and pollution in their territory. Protect them from pollution. Poisons and toxins from pollution are a current major concern since being at the top of the food chain, they are eating poisons from all the animals beneath them on the chain. Assure that governments not only continue to protect them by law, but also in practice. Allow no sport hunting. Wear none of their fur. Protect their habitat. Start planning now for how we can improve their reproductive rates and protect them from climate change.
Yes, vertebrate means to have a back bone, so all bears are vertebrates, since they have back bones..
Yep. Bears have backbones.
Vertebrate. A vertebrate is an animal with a backbone. Bears have backbones. Well, the word "vertebrate" means that it has a backbone, and "invertebrate" means it does not. So… it's a vertebrate. Yes. They have backbones.
Yes. Here is a link to more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear
Polar bears live in the Arctic, including Canada and Svalbard (a group of islands north of Scandinavia), Denmark, Norway, USSR/Russia, and the US.
Bears, like all mammals, are vertebrates. . Polar bears are vertebrates. Which means that they do have a back bone.
They have backbones unlike snails or worms which are in invertebrate.
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ursus Species: U. maritimus
Polar bears are vertebrate mammals.
If I would suddenly be a polar bear the first thing I would probably do is wonder how I turned into a polar bear. If that costs me too much energy or I don't like thinking abo…ut difficult human things with my polar bear brain I would walk somewhere where it's colder in the hope to find other polar bears. And of course I would go fishing and hunting. The most important thing I would do: go to the room of my little brother, hide under his bed and scare him in the middle of the night. Nobody would believe him of course - I mean why should a polar bear be under a child's bed in the middle of the night - It's the perfect joke.
You really can't. You don't want a polar bear as a pet, they may look cute, but they are nothing big gigantic killing machines. Also, you would have to live north of the arcti…c circle.
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No, not even close. Although an adult bear can attain speeds of 25 mph, many animals are much faster. The fastest land mammal is the cheetah, which can run to 55 mph for short… distances. The fastest bird is the peregrine falcon, clocked at 187 mph in a dive.
There may be no polar bears where you live because it is not cold enough for them to live there. But there ARE polar bears in this world, you just have to head to the far nort…h (i.e., Churchill, Manitoba, Canada) in order to see them in their natural habitat. Or, just go to a zoo that has them.
Nothing. A polar bear will eat you.