Do polar bears do the breast stroke?
No, they doggy-paddle like dogs do.
Polar bears are not explicitly marine mammals. They are however rather aquatic. Polar bears have webbed paws, which are very broad and give the bears an impressive stroke. Their fur is waterproof. Polar bears are excellent swimmers and have been known to swim distances of 40 miles. They also obtain much of their diet from seals and other marine creatures. A polar bear is a mammal because it feeds by its mother milk, they have…
they impact polar bears by using fossil fuels, killing polar bears and getting their fur, and cutting down trees. this all leads to carbon dioxide which leads to global warming, which melts the ice and drowns polar bears. Humans have a big impact on polar bears. Humans kill polar bears and harvest their food which decreases the amount of food polar bears have.
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.