Where is polar bears habitats?
The main habitat of polar bears is in the arctic circle. try this website: http://polardiscovery.whoi.edu/arctic/ecosystem.html it will tell you alot
Yes, there there has been many documented cases of polar bears eating wolverines. Due to climate change they have migrated more south to wolverine predominate habitats. Source National Geographic 1985 Wolverines have been known to appropriate carcasses from bears. They are very aggresive, and there is no evidence polar bears feed on wolverines at all in the text. None.
Polar bears keep warm quite easily actually, they have a very thick layer of blubber under their furry, warm fur. The blubber keeps them insulated and the fur keeps them cozy and warm. Also sometimes, to get out of the harsh Arctic wind, the bears burrow deep under layers of snow. Polar bears have large thick coats that help them survive and they are cold blooded the heat is there big problem that is why…
Polar bears and Penguins do not live in the same place. Polar Bears can be found in the Arctic, in the northern hemisphere, whereas all seventeen species of penguin are found in the the southern hemisphere. They can not live together as each one is adapted to survive in its own climate and habitat and those habitats can be as far apart as the ends of the world.
Pandas and polar bears are affected by global warming because their habitats are being destroyed. For the pandas, bamboo forests are being affected by changes in rainfall and temperature. For the polar bears, Arctic sea ice is melting, more and more each year, and this makes the bears' seal-hunting period shorter every year. Weak female bears cannot bear and successfully rear cubs.
Black bears have trees and eat Earthworms, grubs and hibernate in tree caves and more insects Grizzleys feed on salmon and some grubs to. And hibernate in caves. And polar bears eat seals but if hungey, fish. And they hibernate in snow mountins when they have cubs. Same with Black and grizzley bears
they impact polar bears by using fossil fuels, killing polar bears and getting their fur, and cutting down trees. this all leads to carbon dioxide which leads to global warming, which melts the ice and drowns polar bears. Humans have a big impact on polar bears. Humans kill polar bears and harvest their food which decreases the amount of food polar bears have.
Polar bears live at the polar region (the Arctic) of the world, and are only found there, unlike other bears. This is why they're called "polar bears." The polar bear is called a polar bear because it is a bear, and lives in the area of North pole in the Arctic. So Don't Be Fooled When You Think That Polar Bears Eat Penguins. Because They Live In Diffrent Places.