Polar Bears

Polar bears are bears that are native to the Arctic Circle and the areas that surround it. Uniquely adapted to survive in the region, polar bears have bodies that are both resistant to the cold temperatures and allow for quick movement across ice and open water. Polar bears primarily hunt for seals along the edges of ice patches. Today, as their arctic habitats continue to be lost due to climate change, polar bears have become a species that is increasingly vulnerable. Polar bears have a general shoulder height of 5’1” | 155 cm and range between 8’-10’ | 244-305 cm long.

Collection of drawings of a Polar Bear standing and sitting from the front, laying down, and from the top.

Polar bears are bears that are native to the Arctic Circle and the areas that surround it. Uniquely adapted to survive in the region, polar bears have bodies that are both resistant to the cold temperatures and allow for quick movement across ice and open water. Polar bears primarily hunt for seals along the edges of ice patches. Today, as their arctic habitats continue to be lost due to climate change, polar bears have become a species that is increasingly vulnerable. Polar bears have a general shoulder height of 5’1” | 155 cm and range between 8’-10’ | 244-305 cm long.

Comparison illustration of the size of a Polar Bear to an average human man
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Height (Shoulder): 5’1” | 155 cm
Length: 8’-10’ | 244-305 cm
Weight: 770-1430 lb | 350-650 kg
Lifespan: 25 years
Scientific Name: Ursus maritimus

Drawings include:
Polar Bear side (standing), front (standing), front (sitting), side (laying down), plan

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