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.
There are no polar bears in Antarctica, only in the Arctic (north).
None. Polar bears live in the arctic.
Polar bears live in the Arctic, not in the Antarctic.
None, Polar Bears live in the Arctic, which is the other side of the world to Antarctica.
Polar bears don't live in Antarctica; they only live in the Arctic (the north).
No. Polar Bears live in the arctic and penguins live in Antarctica
There are no polar bears in Antarctica.There are no polar bears in Antarctica: it's too cold to support any food chain or life.
No polar bears never visit Antarctica. Polar bears live at the opposite end of the earth - the Arctic.
Penguins live in Antarctica, whereas polar bears live in the Arctic
None. Polar bears live in the Arctic.
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 only live in the Arctic. There is no food chain in Antarctica to support polar bears.