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Polar Bear. created by: Emily Forshee June 2010. Introduction. You are in the cold, snowy Arctic and suddenly you hear a big growling sound. It’s a giant polar bear! It starts to run towards you so you start running back. . Cool Cubs.

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Polar bear

Polar Bear

created by:

Emily Forshee

June 2010


Introduction
Introduction

You are in the cold, snowy Arctic and suddenly you hear a big growling sound. It’s a giant polar bear! It starts to run towards you so you start running back.


Cool cubs
Cool Cubs

  • A polar bear’s hollow oily hair on top of their soft fur help polar bears float.

  • A polar bear’s stomach stores more than 150 pounds of food in the winter.

  • Polar bears are mammals.

  • Polar bears have long necks and big feet to walk in the snow.

  • Mother polar bears teach their

    cubs to swim by the cubs hanging on

    their rear end with their teeth.


Their diet
Their Diet

  • Polar bears are hunters.

  • They often eat seals.


A polar bear s habitat
A Polar Bear’s Habitat

  • Polar bears only live in the cold, snowy Arctic.

  • It is near the Arctic Ocean.


Fun facts
Fun Facts

  • Polar bears have oily hairs on top of their fur.

  • Polar bears are four feet tall on four legs.

  • On two legs they’re eleven feet tall.

  • Polar bears weigh 5,000 pounds.


Quiz time
Quiz Time!!!!!!

1. Are Polar Bears mammals or amphibians?

2. How much does a Polar bear weigh? (a) 200 pounds. (b) 500 pounds (c) 5000 pounds.

3. What do polar bears often eat? (a) seals, or (b) foxes.

4. How do mother polar bears teach their cubs how to swim?

5. What kind of sound does a polar bear make? (a) a growling noise (b) a hiss.


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