16th October 2019

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What is the habitat of a polar bear?

Polar bears are only found in the Arctic. The most important habitats for polar bears are the edges of pack ice where currents and wind interact, forming a continually melting and refreezing matrix of ice patches and leads (open spaces in the ocean between sea ice).

Hereof, which animals live in the Arctic?

The animals include the reindeer, polar bear, Arctic fox, narwhal, walrus, seal, ox, moose, orca, and snowy owl. The Alaskan malamute is a powerful sled dog from Alaska. This small, white fox lives farther north than any other land animal. This white hare lives in the Arctic and has huge hindfeet.

Where do the polar bears live?

Habitat. Polar bears live in countries that ring the Arctic Circle: Canada, Russia, the United States (in Alaska), Greenland and Norway.

Where is the Arctic located on Earth?

The Arctic (/ˈ?ːrkt?k/ or /ˈ?ːrt?k/) is a polar region located at the northernmost part of Earth. The Arctic consists of the Arctic Ocean, adjacent seas, and parts of Alaska (United States), Northern Canada (Canada), Finland, Greenland (Kingdom of Denmark), Iceland, Norway, Russia and Sweden.
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