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 Why Do Polar Bears Have White Colored Fur?

Answer Polar bears (Ursus maritimus) evolved transparent colored fur as opposed to black or brown for camouflage. Although the fur appears white, it actually is colorless. In the polar bear's home in the... Read More »
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What are baby polar bears called?

Baby polar bears are called "cubs." The polar bear is largest of all land predators. Depending on their sex, the cubs, which weigh about a pound at birth, can grow to 1,700 lbs. or more.Source:Pola... Read More »
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Feeding Habits of Polar Bears?

It's no surprise that the polar bear stands at the top of the arctic food chain. In addition to being the world's largest land carnivore, this species of bear is especially well-adapted to maneuver... Read More »
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Why should we save polar bears?

The polar bear, or Ursus maritimus, is one of the largest land mammals on earth and is adapted to Arctic, icy regions. It is listed as "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act.Apex CarnivoreTh... Read More »
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Do polar bears drink water?

Polar bears live in a climate where unfrozen fresh water is scarce, and consequently they do not drink water often. Instead, polar bears have very efficient kidneys and get enough fluids from the a... Read More »
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