Polar Bears live on the continents......Norway,North America (Alaska) Canada, Russia, and Greenland (Denmark).
The north pole or otherwise known as the artic. ( This one is probably in captivity )
It is Antarctica that can also be called as the only polar continent that we found on earth and it is the southernmost continent so it includes South Pole also.
The continent is the coldest region on earth as ninety-nine per cent of it is covered by ice only and technically you can call it a desert also as it is one of the driest area that is existing on our planet. When it comes to habitation certainly there is no body that can live in that kind of environment for long time so no civilization has ever grown there. But scientists and other research conducting bodies sent there people to conduct research there and they certainly can not be called the residents of the area.
The existence of the continent is for how long is yet to be determined but the first people who reported the existence of the continent were Russians with the names Mikhail Lazarev and Fabian Gottileb Von Bellingshausen.
The north pole is were the polar bear lives. .
Also known as the white bear, northern bear or sea bear, the polar bear resides in the North Pole.
The polar bear is well adapted to its habitat. It has thick fur and blubber, which insulates it from the cold. Its white fur camouflages it from its prey. There is evidence of polar bears all the way across the Arctic. Population estimates are generally just over 20,000.
The Polar Bear holds the title of the largest extant species of land carnivore, alongside the larger subspecies of its close relative, the Brown Bear. Male polar bears can be 4 times the weight of a siberian tiger. The largest ever polar bear weighed 1002kg, and was shot in Kotzebue Sound, Alaska in 1960.
A polar bear's nose is black, along with its skin. Its fur is translucent, despite its apparent white hue. The stiff hairs that grow on the polar bear's paws insulate and provide traction on ice.
The polar bear is the most carnivorous of the bear family, and the one that is most likely to prey on humans. Alongside birds, rodents, shellfish, crabs, beluga whales, musk oxen and walruses, the polar bear will very ocassionally prey on another polar bear.
The polar bear is a very powerful predator, killing beluga whales and walruses, both of which can exceed a ton, which is twice the Polar bear's own weight.
Orcas, humans and larger bears of their own species are the only predators of polar bears. Walruses can sometimes kill polar bears during their struggle to defend themselves.
Polar bears are excellent swimmers, and are often seen in open waters miles from lands.
Antarctica.. Duh why wouldnt they live here? Its the coldest place and they have the thickest fur.. Get it?
I think they live in antartica plz help me its my project I don't know where polar bears live :)
Alaska where its frozen and cold duh
Canada,greenland and the Artic. .
Norway, alaska, canada, russia, denmark, etc... :(¿
They don't live in Antartica. They live in the costal regions of the Artic. (North Pole)
I don't care where they live.
Don't know that is what I'm asking
Do polar bears live in Iceland?