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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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.
cubs to swim by the cubs hanging on
their rear end with their teeth.
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.