Polar bears do not eat penguins. Penguins are in the south and polar bears are in the north. There is no interaction between them.
There are no polar bears in Antarctica. If there were, they would eat the penguins.
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.
Penguins live in the southern hemisphere, polar bears live in the northern hemisphere. So polar bears do not eat penguins.
no they do not.... polar bears live in the north, penguins in the south. Two different hemispheres.
Because penguins are not found in the Arctic where polar bears are.
Polar bears do not eat penguins because penguins do not live in the Arctic. Most penguins live in Antarctica, southern Africa and the western coast of South America,
No. Penguins and polar bears live at opposite ends of the earth. Penguins almost entirely in the southern hemisphere and polar bears live in the Arctic regions.
No. Penguins don't live where polar bears live and vice versa. Besides, penguins eat fish, not bears or other large mammals.
They do eat fish but they don't rip them apart like polar bears do.