No: polar bears live in the northern Arctic regions, not in the south at the Antarctic. There are no polar bears in Antarctica.
No. They are only found in the Arctic.
No. Polar bears do not live in Antarctica at all. They live in the Artic. Penguins inhabit much of Antarctica, but there is no chance of a penguin encountering a polar bear in the wild. Polar bears are native to areas such as Canada's Northern Territories, Alaska, and other such areas.
It is too cold in Antarctica and there for there are no polar bears.
Not likely. Polar bears rely heavily on seals, which are not as common there as they are in the Arctic. Although there are thousands of penguins, they could not sustain a polar bear population for long.
Most of Antarctica is to cold for even a polar bear. Its a frozen wasteland where no living thing can survive (except maybe bacteria). The coasts are alittle bit warmer, however, so a polar bear could probably inhabit those areas.
But there is limited space and food, so in the long term, they would probably die out.
There are no polar bears in the antarctic, only the arctic.
Well, they possibly COULD, but they don't. They live near the North Pole in the Arctic where they have adapted to the environment and available food sources.
No, polar bears are only found in the Arctic areas (north), never in Antarctica.
No polar bears live in the Arctic.
Penguins live in the Antarctic.
No, polar bears are found only in the Arctic.
They live in Arctic regions, not Antarctic.
They don't live there. They live in Arctic regions, not Antarctic.
Because polar bears evolved in the Arctic but not in Antarctic and could not migrate that far around the globe.
There are no polar bears in Antarctica. It's too cold and there is no food chain there for any animal. Polar bears are indigenous to the Northern Hemisphere. Antarctica is in the Southern Hemisphere.
Polar bears live only in the northern polar regions - which includes the Arctic and Arctic Circle regions. They do not live in the Antarctic.
Polar bears live in the Arctic. There is no food chain to support animals in Antarctica.Polar bears live in the arctic and penguins live in the antarctic
Polar bears and seals.
Polar bears live in the Arctic but the majority of penguin species live in the Antarctic.
No, they are nearly 12,000 miles apart on earth. Polar bears live in the Arctic and penguins in the Antarctic.
Zero. Polar Bears and penguins live at opposite ends of the world. Polar Bears Arctic, Penguins Antarctic. Polar Bears eat seals. This is a common misconception that polar bears and penguins live together, but they live on opposite poles.
No, they live at opposite ends of the earth. Polar bears live in the Arctic (north) and penguins live in the Antarctic and other places only in the Southern Hemisphere.
Polar bears are from the Arctic and most penguins live in the Antarctic.