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They’re so cute!. Polar Bears. Brian Hyman, LTEC3220.021. POLAR BEARS. Aren’t they adorable? Watch this one try and catch the fish!. POLAR BEARS. YOUR ROLE. HABITAT. FAMILY. HABITAT. Polar Bears live in “Dens” These dens are very cold Females use them to raise their young

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they re so cute
They’re so cute!

Polar Bears

Brian Hyman, LTEC3220.021

polar bears
POLAR BEARS
  • Aren’t they adorable?
  • Watch this one try and catch the fish!
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POLAR BEARS

YOUR ROLE

HABITAT

FAMILY

habitat
HABITAT
  • Polar Bears live in “Dens”
  • These dens are very cold
  • Females use them to raise their young
  • Males use them to trap food
habitat1
HABITAT
  • Polar Bear dens are

exceptionally cold

  • The snow insulates for added warmth
  • Polar Bears are known to withstand super cold temperatures
  • Dens are used throughout the dark winter
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HABITAT
  • The polar bear habitat is quickly melting due to global warming
habitat3
HABITAT
  • Polar Bear dens are found in North America and Asia
  • Polar Bears are also found in Greenland and the north pole regions

RETURNHOME

family
FAMILY
  • Young Polar Bears are

called “cubs”

  • They live with their moms until they are nearly 300 pounds
  • They don’t catch their own food until nearly a year old
  • Many cubs don’t survive the winter or other predators
family1
FAMILY
  • Female polar bears are known to

sacrifice themselves for their

young.

  • Male polar bears are known to attack and even eat other families’ cubs
  • 1-in-2 polar bear cubs doesn’t make it to maturity
family2
FAMILY
  • This mom is protecting her young from the cold winter weather
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FAMILY
  • They are very playful as cubs
  • Polar bears enjoy tackling and play-fighting one another, even as adults
  • Grown males are often solitary
  • Grown females spend many years with their young

RETURNHOME

your role
YOUR ROLE
  • Preserve the oceans to

save the polar bears!

  • Reduce emissions and go “green”
  • Do not litter
  • Donate to wildlife charities
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YOUR ROLE
  • Support your local zoo
  • Visit a polar bear near you
  • Join government movements to reduce carbon footprint
your role2
YOUR ROLE
  • Reduce
  • Reuse
  • Recycle!
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YOUR ROLE
  • Thank you for watching my presentation on polar bears!

RETURNHOME