Why do polar bears only live in the Arctic region and not in the Antarctic region?
Because the antarctic region is colder than the arctic and the Polar bear won't get the warmth it needs.
Polar bears do not live in the antarctic; they live in the Arctic. As polar bears have never been introduced to the Antarctic, it is unknown if they could potentially live there. The local seals, such as Weddell and leopard, are much larger than the ringed seals eaten by polar bears in the Arctic (in fact many seals are larger than many polar bears), but a population of bears could potentially survive by feeding off…
* The Arctic has polar bears and the Antarctic does not. * The Antarctic has penguins and the Arctic doesn't. * The Antarctic has no trees. * The Arctic has Tundra with rich plant life in Spring and Summer. * Antarctic has algae but not the Arctic. * Antarctica has mainly calm animals but the Arctic has some fierce ones.