Polar bears are the most carnivorous of the different bear species. They mainly feed on two different species of seal, the bearded and the ringed seal. They may also eat various bird eggs, walruses, and the carcasses of Narwhals, beluga whales.
No. Polar bears will eat a human.
Fish are meat. Bears eat meat.
The term "udder" is specific to bovine species. Polar bears are mammals and as such have teats with which they feed their young.
Panda bears are mostly herbivorous. They feed on bamboo. Polar bears are almost completely carnivorous. They feed on seals, walruses, whales, etc.
polar bears can be protected by killing them all and then using the meat to feed the dogs and use the skin as a condom
Yes. Polar Bears are mammals and almost all mammals feed milk to their young.
they feed their cubs by making milk in their bodies then the cubs drink it out by sucking on nipples on the polar bear stomach
The same way your mama was feeding you .
The brown bear will have more vegetation to feed on than the Polar bear will. The Polar bear will eat mostly seals and some fish.
they get along with u when u feed it fish
Polar bears ate tertiary consumers. This means that they are the consumers at the very top of a food chain where carnivores feed on other carnivores.
No. Killer whales will prey on polar bears, but not other whales like Grey, Bow or Humpback whales nor walruses because these species feed in plankton and small fish, not polar bears or polar bear cubs.
The polar bear has a mutualistic symbiotic relationship with arctic foxes. These foxes sometimes feed on the leftovers of polar bearsâ?? meals.
Yes, polar bears are carnivores and normally feed on seals. Occasionally they will attack vulnerable walruses or small beluga whales through ice holes.
Polar bears feed other animals. Scavengers get the chance to eat what the polar bear leaves behind. They also help to keep the seal population at an even level.
by providing milk that is 33% fat contents.fish?
because it's colder there and better to feed their cubs
No, in the wild, they live at opposite ends of the planet: the polar bears in the Arctic north, and the penguins in the Antarctic.-------------------------------------------------------------No, that would be impossible. The reason that it is impossible is because penguins live at the south pole(Antarctica) and polar bears live at the north pole (the Arctic); there are no penguins where the polar bears live!.
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Polar bears usually like seals, their cubs, and their ice. The ice keeps the polar bears cold, because polar bears live in an environment where they are surrounded by ice. Their cubs because they have to feed their cubs daily, and their cubs have to stay warm, because they are young, and they have to be fed. The seals because seal is what polar bears eat. Seal contains all the nourishment that a polar bear needs to survive in its habitat.
polar bears are related to bears.
Arctic foxes have a symbiotic relationship with polar bears. They follow the bears and feed on the remains of their kills.
well, i am not sure but i think that polar bears feed on those fish of the artic, they eat those fish which are adapted to the cold. and brown bears feed on fish which are warm blooded. so mabye to get the answer search about warm blooded and cold blooded
If a dead narwhal washes up on shore, the polar bear will feed on the animal's body. However, they do not hunt live whales.