Are polar bears found in the north pole?
Polar bears are indigenous to the Arctic regions. There are no Polar bears on Antarctica.
No. Nothing can live at the North Pole itself, because it is located on a floating ice shelf that cannot support life. A few have been seen as far north as 88 °N - within about 100 miles of the North Pole - but in general the North Pole is too far from food sources for Polar bears to wander there. The North Pole is surrounded by the Arctic Circle, and polar bears do live…
Polar bears live at the polar region (the Arctic) of the world, and are only found there, unlike other bears. This is why they're called "polar bears." The polar bear is called a polar bear because it is a bear, and lives in the area of North pole in the Arctic. So Don't Be Fooled When You Think That Polar Bears Eat Penguins. Because They Live In Diffrent Places.