Polar Bear Information

Polar Bear Information

Polar Bear Information Index

  • Polar Bear Habitat
    You will find that the natural habitat for the Polar Bear is in the very cold areas of the world.
  • Polar Bear Feeding
    Their main source of food for polar bears is the various species of seals that live in the same area that they do
  • Polar Bear Reproduction
    Polar bears are solitary animals and they remain by themselves until the reproduction process begins.
  • Polar Bear Anatomy
    The Polar Bear is an extremely large animal, with the males weighing up to 1,500 pounds and anatomy fully adapted to cold weather.
  • Polar Bear Communication
    There is not very much communication among polar bears as they live alone most of the time, however communication is produced during mating
  • Polar Bear Social Structure
    Polar bear do not live in groups and they are most of the time lonely creatures. The only social structure recognized by scientists is the bond between the mothers and their offsprings.
  • Polar Bear Predators
    Polar bear are apex predators at the top of the food chain. However, babies are severly threatened by a number of predators.
  • Polar Bear Evolution
    There are great differences between polar bears and other bear species. While it is believed that the brown bear is the closest relative, evolution created a large number of adaptations which make them very different.