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  1. Very Cool Polar Bears!! BY: Alex 4A Seoul International School 2007-2008

  2. Habitat • Polar Bears live in the Arctic areas of Alaska, Canada , Greenland , Norway and Russia. • They spend much of their time swimming. • They are found in the coldest parts of the Arctic near the North Pole.

  3. Adaptations • They have two thick layers of fur to keep them warm in cold weather. • They have blubber (fat) under their skin to keep them warm. • They can blend into the snow with their white fur coats so their prey can’t see them.

  4. Their Food • They eat seals, beluga whales, narwhales, walruses, bowhead whales, sea birds, rodents, reindeer, ducks, fish, eggs, kelp and berries. Reindeer Whales Rodents Birds Polar bears Seals Kelp Fish Eggs Berries

  5. About Them • Adults weigh up to 300-600 kilograms. • They measure up to 2-2.5 m. (6.6-8.2 f) in length. • The biggest polar bear weighed 1002 kilograms. • The Canadian 2 dollar coin has a polar bear on it.

  6. Interesting Things • Polar bears eat human garbage. • They are born from November-January. • Sometimes the dad eats the cubs. • They are the largest land carnivore in the world.

  7. More Interesting Facts • They eat anything they can kill. • Their scientific name is Ursus Martimus meaning sea bear. • They can have skin disease. • They are likely eat humans for food.

  8. How They Hunt • When a seal is caught, the polar bear drags it 4 meters from the water. • The skin and fat is eaten first, followed by the meat. • Then they wash themselves in nearby water or by rubbing their body in the snow.

  9. Products • Jewelry • Calendars • Fashion • Sculptures • Cards • Scarf • Videos • Books • Picture frames • Dolls • Posters

  10. Bibliography • http://www.askforkids.com/ • http://www.google.com/ • http://www.factmonster.com/ These are the websites you can go to find information about Polar bears!

  11. THE END! BYE! BYE! THAT WAS MY POLAR BEAR REPORT!