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Polar Bears

Do you think you know everything about Polar Bears lets see

Jenna Hansen

on 23 October 2012

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Polar Bears If You Saw a Polar Bear It Would Have... Thick white fur
Large strong legs
Wide flat paws
Black skin
A layer of bluber
Small ears
Big black nose The History of The Polar Bear The oldest known fossil of a Polar Bear is 70,000 years old. Since then the Inut People have been hunting them occasionaly for food and clothes. They did not know that they would eventually hunt them on the the endangered list. Now people hunt Polar Bears just for the thrill,or to say that they got a Polar Bear. All that has changed for now there are laws to protect Polar Bears from being hunted. http://hslf.typepad.com/.a/6a00e54fa1b0a18834011570923653970c-250wi Where Do Polar Bears Live? Polar Bears live in the Arctic.They live on off shore packs of ice. When summer comes and some of the ice melts they will go further up north so they can stay on the ice. Polar Bears live all over the Arctic. http://assets.panda.org/img/original/polar_bear_subpopulation_status_170709_1.jpg Where Do Polar Bears Live? The Diet of a Polar Bear Polar Bears typicaly eat;
Ringed Seals
Bearded Seals
Beluga Wales
Young Walruses http://www.sitnews.us/0907news/092507/092507_Walrus.jpg http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01599/bearded-seal-wave_1599247i.jpg http://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/_live/images/rad/ringed_seal.jpg https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRHUciiIU9KfKOQzAfmuZOaDzy7DW_dgt2ltjGwPyo71zGbkLMJ When Polar Bears are not able to eat that food
they eat,
The worst of all...Human Garbage! Hunting Polar Bears are amazing hunters. They will wait for a long time as long as they get there food. Here is how they get some of there food: they wait for the seals to come to the surface , then it pulls the seal on to land, and kills it. After it kills the seal it will start eating it. Polar Bears are like stalkers because they will watch there prey until there is a good spot to atack. Polar Bears somtimes hunts while swimming. http://static.ddmcdn.com/gif/polar-bear-3.jpg Behavior Zoologists say that a Polar Bears behavior is unpredictible.They have been able to predict some things, however. They say Polar Bears are usualy by themselves(unless it is mating season.). They are mostly active at night(nocturnal). Polar Bears are advanced swimmers. They have a strong smell to them to basically say 'Back off'. If Polar Bears are not sleeping they are hunting. http://www.ansnuclearcafe.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/polar-bear1.jpg Mating Mating happens from May to April.
When Polar Bears mate the are only
together for about a week. Polar Bears
have the slowest reprduction rate of all
mamals. Reproduction and Family Birth Polar Bears have 1-4 cubs. 2 cubs is the most likely number of cubs they have. Cubs are usualy born from November- January. The mothers are hibernating while they give birth. Mothers can give birth to five litters in a life time. http://www.buncee.com/files/uploads/image/baby-polar-bear-wallpapers-6.jpg Pregnancy The mothers are pregnant for about 8 months.
They eat a lot during their pregnancy. While
Polar Bear mothers are pregnant they build a
den(which is probaly made of snow drifts,snow
wood,etc.). Polar Bears can start geting pregnant
at age 4. http://www.frontiersnorth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/polar-bear-tripod.jpg http://blogs.sandiegozoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/L8J8348.jpg Polar Bear Cubs When the cubs are born they are born blind.
The cubs are very dependent on there mother(because they are blind.) if there mother was to die, they would die to.They will stay in there den utill spring. Untill they can hunt they eat breast milk from there mother, and there mother brings them seal meat. When they are finnaly ready the mother will teach them to hunt. They will stay with there mother untill they are about 2 1/2 years old. http://www.bearlife.org/images/polar-bear-cubs.jpg http://naturescrusaders.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/polar-bear-coaxing-baby.jpg Endangered, How You Can Help Polar Bears went on the endangered list in 2008.
They are listed as Vulnerable. They are endangered becuse the climate change is melting the ice
(which they live on). Endangered Scale:
VU (This is where the Polar Bears are)=VUNRIBLE
LC =LEAST CONCERNED https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQfOWVT3A3_irYdbazQ8Rx_j9lVqG3DHabSegbjsm1fJkTo3VFP https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQvtIuhcnUFw8cSrByWHbKr8cZykCtlwiat3Shkqm0lA26xkEgR Every little thing counts. You could adopt a Polar Bear for 25$ if you go to this website
http://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/gifts/Species-Adoptions/Polar-Bear.aspx Here are some little things you can do to help:
Take short showeres
Pick up trash
Turn electronics off when you not using them
Plan out your gas
Turn off the lights when you are exiting a room
Recycle https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KOUxU3HiNwGuigvw9hQFMpqCI63qSKMyL0t6RlIbz7M/edit http://www.fouldsy.com/wp-content/2007/03/polarbear.jpg Fun Facts! Polar Bears weigh 500-2000 pounds.They
are about 8-11.5 feet tall(taller than the tallest human).They have black skin and white fur. They are the largest carniverous animal. They spend 50% of their time hunting. They have blue tonungs.They are sometimes considerd marine animal. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-8fFMASZ0Of8/TjmRLPypJrI/AAAAAAAAGZ4/ivcJa77i1c8/s1600/polar%2Bbears.jpg http://imgs.sfgate.com/blogs/images/sfgate/transportation/2010/12/10/Leaf-polar-bear-hug.jpg http://www.marinebio.net/marinescience/04benthon/arcimg/pb6562.jpg http://journalxtra.com/wp-custom/uploads/2010/03/polar-bear-sticking-out-tongue.jpg http://shopwithmeaning.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/polar_bear_ski_goggles-White-Coke-Cans-Support-White-Polar-Bears.jpg
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