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7 curious polar bear facts you can't miss

International Polar Bear Day is celebrated every year on the 27th of February! Find out something new about these beautiful animals with 7 surprising polar bear facts.


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Mar 5, 2020 9:41AM
Elsy O. Stromberg
Frank Mclean, I call BS on you!
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Mar 3, 2020 12:58PM
Val Tasker
Geoffrey White, ...and seeminly not enough grammar and writing skills!
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Mar 1, 2020 9:34PM
Mico
Chevere la nota
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Mar 1, 2020 4:02PM
viswanathanks
Quite interesting.
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Mar 1, 2020 11:56AM
Julie Allen
Julie Allen, Sorry didn't mean to do that twice.
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Mar 1, 2020 1:51AM
Julie Allen
Frank Mclean,Including 2020, the linear rate of decline for January ice extent is 3.15 percent per decade. This corresponds to a trend of 45,400 square kilometers (17,500 square miles) per year, which is roughly twice the size of the state of New Hampshire. Over the 42-year satellite record, the Arctic has lost about 1.86 million square kilometers (718,000 square miles) of ice in January, based on the difference in linear trend values in 2020 and 1979. This is an area larger than the state of Alaska. This was published by Including 2020, the linear rate of decline for January ice extent is 3.15 percent per decade. This corresponds to a trend of 45,400 square kilometers (17,500 square miles) per year, which is roughly twice the size of the state of New Hampshire. Over the 42-year satellite record, the Arctic has lost about 1.86 million square kilometers (718,000 square miles) of ice in January, based on the difference in linear trend values in 2020 and 1979. This is an area larger than the state of Alaska.
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Mar 1, 2020 1:48AM
Julie Allen
Geoffrey White, you should read more. It appears that Polar Bear numbers are declining even though they are increasing in some areas in Canada due to hunting being banned.
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Mar 1, 2020 1:40AM
djaiudijr
Frank Mclean, By your picture, you must be a sheriff in Rock Ridge. I'm glad, because you know squat about the Ice Cap. I'm sorry, You'll have to "bear" with me.
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Feb 29, 2020 9:35PM
djaiudijr
Polar bears are incredible animals. They are related to the Grizzly bear. Their nose and sense of smell is sharp and keen. They're hunters and they are strong. They feed on seals, perhaps a walrus and eat berries, birds; they are omniverous animals. David Attenbourgh's special on Polar Bears(BBC) tells the whole story. It's a fantastic presentation.
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Feb 29, 2020 9:18PM
Luis Perez
Very interesting facts.
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Feb 29, 2020 8:36PM
djaiudijr
Geoffrey White, Blame the teachers. Some teachers are informationally challenged. Call David Attenbourgh , he's got all the answers.
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Feb 29, 2020 8:14PM
Geoffrey White
Polar bears have increased in population by over 30,000 in the last ten years get your facts right and stop teaching kids lies. I heard climate change school kids say they were very concerned about polar bears in the Antartica and the teachers and tv interviewer stop how do we stop this. They should have said learn correctly there are no polar bears or wolves etc in the Antarctica. Too much lies are taught today.
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Feb 29, 2020 7:42PM
seamus512
Frank Mclean, dipshit
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Feb 29, 2020 4:55PM

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