Polární medvědi – anglicky
Polar bears are the largest land carnivore. Sows weigh about 150 to 250 kg and they are about 2 to 2.5 m long. Pregnant females can weigh as much as 500 kg. Males weigh about 400 to 600 kg. The largest polar bear was a male weighing 1,002 kg and measuring 3.7 m long. The coat has a pure white to creamy yellow to light brown colour but depending on season and angle of light.
They appear on southern part of polar climate. I mean Greenland, coast of North America and north Asia. Most of day bears look for a food many kilometres away. They are very skilful and available for climb on almost perpendicular ice floe. And they can jump over the 4 metres.
Food and hunting
The polar bears hunt predominantly the seals. They lurk on prey and when prey is lying on the snow the bears attack it. They kill prey by a massive hit to their skull. And then devour only entrails, skin and fat. The bears stay near the sea in the late summer and on the beginning of autumn, and there look for carcass of whales and walruses. During the summer month the bears devour some berries.
The polar bears are loners sometimes they get together by carcass. They eat seals, carcass and plants too. Nobody knows how long they live.