Polar Bear Facts – 95 Fascinating Facts About Polar Bears

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Fun Facts About Polar Bears

Polar bears generally are solitary and hunt alone, except when mating, when a female is raising her cubs forming a family group.

There are between 20,000 and 25,000 polar bears in the world.

Polar bears usually spend most of their time at sea, hunting.

Polar bear was the mascot for Winter Olympics in 1998 in Calgary, Canada.

Polar bears are found in Canada, Alaska, Russia, Greenland and Norway.

Polar bears travel thousands of miles per year in search of food.

They use sea ice as a platform to hunt their food i.e. seals.

Male polar bears can weight about 680 kg or 1500 lb.

Female polar bears are much smaller than males are weight about half as much as males.

Polar bears have 42 teeth.