101 Facts About Polar Bears (101 Facts About Predators) e-book
by Julia Barnes
Find out how polar bears survive in the frozen arctic circle and how long they can stay underwater.
Find out how polar bears survive in the frozen arctic circle and how long they can stay underwater. In 101 Facts About Polar Bears, you'll also learn what young polar bears do in the winter.
101 Facts about Polar Bears. 101 Facts about Pets. 12 primary works, 12 total works. Which predator can smell its prey from twenty mi. ore. Shelve 101 Facts about Polar Bears.
Presents information about the physical characteristics, habitat, and behavior of polar bears.
Best of all, these books are packed with amazing photos of wild creatures that must kill to survive. Find out how polar bears survive in the frozen arctic circle and how long they can stay underwater.
Over 101 cool facts about these beautiful, cuddly but deadly animals. The bears included in the book are listed below. It contains facts, stunning photos and awesome videos that show us much more about these highly intelligent and often endangered creatures. Except for polar bears, bears have mostly flat teeth that are suited for eating plants, leading some scientists to believe that they may be evolving towards an herbivorous diet. In spite of being classified as carnivores, about 75% to 85% of a bear’s diet is made up of plants. In spring, they eat new grasses and buds.
Part of the 101 Facts About Predators Series). In 101 Facts About Polar Bears you'll also learn what young polar bears do in the winter. Format: Library Binding.
Ten polar bear facts. Polar bears also have black skin under their glistening coat, which helps them soak up the Sun’s rays and keep warm. 1) Polar bears are found in the frozen wilds of the Arctic, in Canada, Alaska (US), Greenland, Russia and Norway. 2) These are seriously big bears, gang. 4) These magnificent mammals have an incredible sense of smell which they use to track their favourite grub, seals.
Polar bears live in the Arctic. Their preferred habitat is the pack ice of the Arctic Ocean. The ice edge and pressure ridges where fractures and refreezing occur provide the best hunting ground. Bears will travel as much as 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) north and south, as the ice melts and freezes. In areas where the sea ice melts completely, polar bears must move ashore in the summer. They may scavenge to avoid starving, or they may fast until ice forms again. In some places, these bears have learned to eat at garbage dumps. Polar bears typically live between 15 to 18 years in the wild.
Published January 2004 by Gareth Stevens Publishing. Internet Archive Wishlist. There's no description for this book yet.