Polar bears are found in the Arctic region.
Polar bears live in the Arctic region
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Because the antarctic region is colder than the arctic and the Polar bear won't get the warmth it needs.
The difference is that in the arctic there are Polar bears and in the antarctic there are penguins. You will never find a polar bear in the antarctic and you will never find a penguin in the arctic.
The word Arctic means "bear" and Antarctic means "No bear" referring to the polar bear. The polar bear lives only in the north pole
There is no Antarctic polar bear. All polar bears live in the Arctic which have the scientific name of Ursus maritimus.
in the arctic region!
The north polar regions are called the Arctic, a word that supposedly descends from a Greek word for "bear;" the extreme north was the region of the North Star, and the constellations of and near the North Star are the Great Bear and the Little Bear. The south polar regions are "anti-arctic," that is, as far away from the arctic as you can get. Therefore, Antarctic. Antarctica means Land of the Antarctic.
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Yes, they range all across the Arctic region.
A Polar Bear is found in the Arctic region, which has a polar climate.
The polar bear has never been a part of the Antarctic wildlife. They evolved in the Arctic only.
Wild polar bears are found up north in the Arctic. You will NEVER find a polar bear in the Antarctic.