Polar bear cub standing on hind legs (Digital Composite) : Stock Photo
Native throughout Polar Basin, parts of Canada and Greenland. Polar bear is the only marine bear and largest of all terrestrial carnivores. They have an extra layer of fat under skin for insulation and are strong swimmers. Mainly feed on ringed seals.


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Polar bear cub standing on hind legs (Digital Composite)

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Ken Graham
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Native throughout Polar Basin, parts of Canada and Greenland. Polar bear is the only marine bear and largest of all terrestrial carnivores. They have an extra layer of fat under skin for insulation and are strong swimmers. Mainly feed on ringed seals.
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