Polar Bears: Fun Facts For Kids, Picture Books For Kids by Marco Dragovic
10 facts about polar bears!
During winter, many bears stay warm by making a den and sleeping. Polar bears do not hibernate, but their body functions do slow down at this time. A mother bear can give birth and nurse her young while in her winter sleep. For such a big animal, polar bears sure start out small! A cub is about the size of a stick of butter when it is born. It is born hairless, with its eyes closed. Milk from polar bear mothers is 35 percent fat; this helps the cubs grow quickly.
Interesting Information about Polar Bears Fun Polar Bear Facts for Kids. Enjoy our range of fun polar bears facts for kids. Learn what they eat, how much they.
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Their adaptations to their environment in the cold arctic and their survival instincts have always fascinated researchers. Most recent studies have suggested a significant impact of global warming on the life of polar bears and have revealed alarming situation regarding their survival. We have gathered a complete set of Polar Bear Facts for Kids that will enable you to learn all about this amazing animal. Please do share this information with your friends and family in order to create awareness about polar bears. The Polar Bear life cycle includes 3 major steps:. Can you please let us know why the article was not able to help your child with her homework.
Ready for an icy adventure, gang? Adult polar bears can measure over 2. Their huge size and weight make them the largest living carnivores meat eaters on Earth! As well as their thick fur, they have a layer of fat, called blubber, that insulates protects their bodies from the frosty air and near-freezing water. In fact, their sense of smell is so good, they can sniff out prey from up to 16km away! Instead, they depend on the ice as a hunting platform.
There are five countries that are lucky to have polar bears and they are the United States , Canada, Russia, Greenland and Norway. Which one will you call the Polar Bear? Sadly they are on the Vulnerable List of endangered species. They are very big and powerful, white bears. Some scientists think that they started to evolve about five million years ago from brown bear ancestors.