How does the polar bear reproduce?

Females reach sexual maturity at around 4 to 5 years of age, while males do so at around 6 years of age. Polar Bear Courtship & Mating usually takes place between April and May. Males locate receptive females through scent and the mating occurs over a period of a few days. After mating, the male and female go their separate ways. Cubs are born between November and February. The exact/accurate gestation period is not known but it is around 8 months. Each litter has 2 cubs and sometimes even 3. Cubs weigh around 10 to 15 kilograms (22 to 33 pounds) at birth. Cubs stay with the mother for around 2 to 3 years of their life and then go away.
Females reach sexual maturity at around 4 to 5 years of age, while males do so at around 6 years of age. Polar Bear Courtship & Mating usually takes place between April and May. Males locate receptive females through scent and the mating occurs over a period of a few days. After mating, the male and female go their separate ways. Cubs are born between November and February.

Females reach sexual maturity at around 4 to 5 years of age, while males do so at around 6 years of age. Polar Bear Courtship & Mating usually takes place between April and May. Males locate receptive females through scent and the mating occurs over a period of a few days. After mating, the male and female go their separate ways. Cubs are born between November and February.