It has fur about a foot thick. The hairs of polar bear fur is actually transparent and transfers light (exactly the same as in fibre optics) to the black skin of the bear.
It has white fur for camouflage when stalking prey
No way, a polar bear couldn't harm a fly!!!!
one way a polar bear respones to a stimulus
no because there is no way a polar bear and dog could mate since they are different species. the legend of Kora only has the polar dog as a way to prove that they are bending the law of physics for young entertainment
No way - you might be thinking of the Polar Bear, which because of Global Warming their habitat for hunting is disappearing as the polar ice caps are melting faster - so let's start a campaign to SAVE THE POLAR BEAR!
The polar bear is said to be the most dangerous bear on the planet. Both the polar bear and the grizzley are dangerous to humans if provoked, however, grizzlies tend to be less aggressive to people unless actually confronted. Not so the polar bear. They rule their domain and will readily attack anything, including humans, that invade their territory. So, to answer your question, if you are going to Alaska the polar bear may be the real problem for you. If you are going to the mountain states the grizzley is the most dangerous. By the way...yes, grizzlies do live in Alaska as well.
2 miles a way
In the same way that all mammals use of internal fertilisation between a female and a male polar bear.
Because polar bears do not live where penguins do and vice versa. Penguins don't know what a polar bear is or looks like, and a polar bear doesn't know what penguins are nor look like. Penguins are found in the Antarctic or most areas way south of the Equator, polar bears are only found in the Arctic.
NO. Polar bears live in a much different continent and biome than a lion or cheetah, so there's no way that a lion or a cheetah could eat, let alone see a polar bear.
No. 1. Why would they? 2. How would a brown bear travel all the way to the North pole? Or vice versa. 3. Even if a polar bear and a brown bear did meet, they would be enemies.
One way would be to donate to the many organizations doing great work on the preservation of animal species. And, the polar bear is not in immediate danger. There are many others that need your help more than the polar bear.
well they both have the same way of fighting and so i think they both would get hurt or die The polar bear is far more likely to win.
Polar bears are larger and have larger claws, stronger jaws, sharper teeth, and have way more strength than grizzly bears.
NO WAY! Many a peice of a dead one!!but that's it!!
The same way a human has a baby. Delivery via birth canal.
A polar bear probably doesn't eat rodents because there are no rodents in the North Pole! The temperature is way too cold for rodents to survive the tremendously low temperature standards!
It is more the other way round, environmental damage can make polar bears extinct, but them being extinct wouldn't damage the environment
bear : as in a polar bear. bare : as in bare naked. Since English to French has been checked as a category, there's also beurre, which is French for butter.
Now it is by the mine next to the polar bear statue.
People are afraid of polar bears because they are the most carnivorous bears in existence. And polar bears will not just follow you they will track you down, and if you threaten a polar bear in any way, they will potentially eat you.
The world's Arctic region, all they way from Asia to North America.
The weather would be be cooler so the bear would become lighter.
They walked across the sea ice (where they live), and still travel in this way. There is evidence that the ancestor of the polar bear originated in present-day Ireland.