Polar Bears
National Geographic for Kids kids.nationalgeographic.com Polar bears live along shores and on sea ice in the icy cold Arctic. When sea ice forms over the ocean in cold weather, many polar bears, except pregnant females, head out onto the ice to hunt seals.
Polar Bear International www.polarbearsinternational.org All about polar bears, from polar bear cubs and adaptations to status and threats. Facts, photos, research, and news from leading polar bear nonprofit.
Arctic Animals library.thinkquest.org ThinkQuest
Defenders of Wildlife www.defenders.org Polar bears are the largest land carnivores in the world, rivaled only by the Kodiak brown bears of southwestern Alaska.
World Wild Life worldwildlife.org At the top of the food chain, polar bears have an important role in the marine environment. Learn how WWF is fighting the biggest threat to polar bears’ survival: loss of sea ice.
KidZone www.kidzone.ws Fun facts about polar bears for kids including photos and printable activity worksheets. Suitable for Kindergarten through Grade 6.
BBC: mother & babies emerge from winter den youtu.be This mother polar bear emerges from her den with her cubs in tow. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCStudios WATCH MORE: Hiroshima: http://bit.ly/BBCHiroshima Horiz...
Polar Bear Cubs youtu.be A mother bear draws her young cubs out onto the sea ice in the hunt for food in the Arctic in this beautifully shot video from BBC natural history epic 'Plan...
Arkive.org www.arkive.org
Enchanted Learning www.enchantedlearning.com Polar Bears are large, meat-eating bears that live in the frozen Arctic and are powerful swimmers.
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San Diego Zoo polarbearplunge.sandiegozoo.org Play fun games, discover heaps of cool stuff about polar bears, and create a piece of Arctic ice with your name on it!
Animals at Busch Gardens www.swbg-animals.org
Polar Bear Cam animals.nationalgeographic.com Live cameras in Churchill, Manitoba, including one on a Tundra Buggy track polar bears and other native species. This footage is brought to you courtesy of Explore.org, Polar Bear International, and Frontiers North.

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