Polar bear mostly lives in the Arctic Circle. Males are about double the size of females. The brown bear is a near relative, but the polar bear has evolved, roughly two hundred million decades back, to match a far more exact habitat. Brown bears and polar bears may create offspring together but can live long at other habitats.
The decrease in sea ice due to global warming. They are considered “vulnerable" today and might be extinct within a century. Polar bears continue to be hunted by local individuals. There are probably more than twenty-five million polar bears alive now. You can visit polarsociety.com/ to know about the organization who are working to protect the polar bears.
A lot of people believe polar bears are left-handed, but there is not any scientific proof of them. Their outer hairs look white but are really transparent.
They could smell a seal a mile off, but its hearing is simply like humans. They could swim really well, and also have been observed two hundred miles from the property. They float nearly twice as quickly as they walk.
They eat mostly seals; they search from sea ice, in which they live the majority of their lives. They search seals by waiting for them to develop breathing holes by stalking them when they are resting on the property.
Mature bears will largely eat just skin and blubber of the seal that's full of calories, but young bears eat mostly the meat that's full of protein. They wash after ingestion, in either snow or water.