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  1. Hace 3 días · Descubre a continuación algunos datos memorables de este animal. 1. Los osos polares cambian el color de su piel. Tal como indica Polar Bears International, una organización de conservación de este animal, los osos polares recién nacidos tienen la piel rosada, la cual se deja ver a través de una corta pelusa blanca.

  2. 800–1,300 pounds (males), 300-700 (females) Length. 6–9 feet. Habitats. Arctic Ocean, sea ice, and adjacent coastal areas. © WWF-CANADA. Click here to view larger map image. The largest bear in the world and the Arctic's top predator, polar bears are a powerful symbol of the strength and endurance of the Arctic.

  3. Polar Bear Scientific Name: Ursus maritimus Type: Mammals Diet: Carnivore Average Life Span In The Wild: 25 to 30 years Size: Head and body: 7.25 to 8 feet; tail: 3 to 5 inches Weight: 900 to...

  4. Scientific Name: Ursus maritimus Type: Mammals Diet: Carnivore Average Life Span In The Wild: 25 to 30 years Size: Head and body: 7.25 to 8 feet; tail: 3 to 5 inches Weight: 900 to 1,600 pounds...

  5. 1. Polar bears are classified as marine mammals. Because they spend most of their lives on the sea ice of the Arctic Ocean depending on the ocean for their food and habitat, polar bears are the only bear species to be considered marine mammals. © Jon Aars / Norwegian Polar Institute / WWF-Canon.

  6. Polar bears are the largest carnivorous land mammals on Earth. They are about seven to eight feet long, measured from the nose to the tip of their very short tail. Male polar bears are much larger than the females. A large male can weigh more than 1,700 pounds, while a large female is about half that size (up to 1,000 pounds).

  7. www.arcticwwf.org › wildlife › polar-bearPolar bear - WWF Arctic

    Polar bear. Majestic creature of the far north, the polar bear is the world’s largest terrestrial carnivore. Its Latin name, Ursus maritimus, means ‘sea bear’: an apt name for this amazing animal, which spends much of its life in, around, or on the water – predominantly on the sea ice.

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