Polar bears are carnivores, meaning they eat only meat. They’re main sources of food include the ringed seal and the bearded seal. In addition to those, they also eat beluga whales, walruses, bowhead whale carcasses (dead bodies), and bird’s eggs. Although they are carnivores, it some situations a polar bear can be seen eating vegetation.

Facts: Carnivores, avoid predators by blowing bubbles to check for polar bears. have no ears.

Facts: Extremely vocal, threatened by melting ice caps, square foreflippers.

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