Their fur is thick and well insulated. Their hair is actually hollow and that makes for great insulation. They hibernate in the winter.
Regardless of what some people say, their numbers are actually growing.
A polar bear preys on arctic foxes A polar bear preys on arctic foxes
Yup, the arctic fox follows around the polar bear, and eats the scraps the polar bear left behind. However, if the arctic fox annoys the polar bear, the bear will chase it off
Polar Bears eat that is how they survive.
It's not. Polar bears live in the Arctic.
No. The polar bears have lots of fur to keep them warm in the Arctic. They wouldn't be able to survive in Hawaii, Florida etc.
The arctic fox is in the family Canidae, whereas the polar bear is in the family Ursidae.
The most powerful (or apex) predator in the arctic is the polar bear.arctic foxes, polar bears
A polar bear is a type of bear, unique to the Arctic. There are no animals in Antarctica.
A lion would not survive outside its inch's example, in the cold arctic climate. A polar Bear's niche, on the other hand, is found in the cold Arctic polar bear would not survive on the African plains.
The polar bear.
Arctic + bear
an arctic fox isn't prey for a polar bear [also i do not think that foxes become friends with polar bears
Polar bears are found in the Arctic region.Polar bears live in the Arctic region
penguin eats fish, leopard seal eats penguin, polar bear eats leopard seal, polar bear eats arctic fox, polar bear arctic wolf, human eats arctic fox, arctic wolf, and polar bear, lemming eats grass, bird eats lemming.
The polar bear is a bear that lives in the arctic, also known at the north pole, and lives andpolar conditions. So a bear that lives in polar conditions, why not name its a polar bear?
i think soooooo its polar bear
No. Only polar bears live in the Arctic.
Polar bears have white fur which lets them blend in with the snow. They eat seals and other arctic animals. They also have a thick layer of fat to help insulate them from the cold.