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Polar Bear SPECIES- Ursus Maritimus Polar Bear lord of the Arctic Lives in an area of five million square miles of snow and ice From Siberia to Alaska and across Canada Greenland and the Islands north of Norway he is the master of all living things except man It lives in the brutal cold ice and snow The temperature can plunge down frequently to -40 degrees and sometimes even lower but that does not bother the polar bear because of its color-less skin and layer of insulation fat Its range extending around the northern polar region Necessities of LifeThe polar bear eats mostly seals which he has to hunt His trick is to wait by a breathing in the ice and when a seal comes up by that breathing hole he grabs it so fast it knocks it unconscious and then he eats it Other pray is a walrus calf or a musk ox stuck in snow birds eggs fish and dead whales And sometimes in the summer it eats berries and grass The polar bear has no water to drink so it only eats the skin and blubber avoiding the meat So by eating the blubber and leaving the meat the male bear is helping keep his body in balance with the surrounding environment The bear would usually stay in a den or bury it self in the snow to avoid the suns ultra violent rays Usually the pregnant female polar bear stays in the den Food Chain-The polar bear finds its way on the top of its food chain No predator on earth approaches the bear in size The polar bear towers over everything else in his food chain The only thing that could stop him is a human with a gun Super Amazing Facts-The polar bear is well adapted to its special live style The hairs of its thick coat are hollow giving extra insulation against the bitter
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