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Adult polar bears can measure over 2.5m long and weigh around 680kg. Their huge size and weight make them the largest living carnivores (meat eaters) on Earth! Love animals? You’d love our magazine! Ask your parents to check out Nat Geo Kids magazine! 3) Polar bears are well adapted to survive in one of the harshest environments on our planet.How many polar bears are in the Arctic?
Currently there are 25,000 polar bears living in the Arctic. Adult male bears weigh up to 772–1,543 pounds while female averages 331–551 only. The length of an adult male is about 7 ft 10 in–9 ft 10 inches with the female measuring up to 5 ft 11 in–7 ft 10 inches.What is the color of a full grown polar bear?
Polar bears range in color from silvery-white to light yellow to straw yellow. Mature males turn yellow as they age (Lynch 1993, p 5). Weight: Polar bears are the largest land predators alive in the world today (Lynch 1993, p 58).How many Cubs does a polar bear have?
The polar bear cubs weigh only 2 pounds at birth. The female produces two cubs but when the food is scarce she only raises one. Males attain maturity at 6 years of age while females become mature at 4 years age. The average lifespan of a polar bear is about 20 – 25 years in the wild.