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Females den by digging into deep snow drifts, which provide protection and insulation from the Arctic elements. They give birth in winter, usually to twins. Young cubs live with their mothers for some 28 months to learn the survival skills of the far north. Females aggressively protect their young, but receive no help from their solitary male mates. In fact, male polar bears may even kill young of their species.

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Polar Animals Fact Sheets and Games to Play with Them

free printable pack of polar animals factfiles and images

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19 Facts of British History

19 Facts of British History....that you probably could have lived without BUT enjoy!

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Polar bears shows affections to their mothers very similar to how humans would. Usual gestures includes hugging but more close knitted relationships between the mother and offspring would permit kisses.

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Animal Adaptations: Polar bear - Could have used this last week!

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