• Polar Bear
    <b>SPECIES</b>- Ursus Maritimus, Polar Bear, lord of the Arctic. Lives in an area of five million square miles of snow and ice. From Siberia to Alaska and across Canada, Greenland and the Islands north of Norway, he is the master of all living things except man. It lives in the brutal cold, ice, and
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  • The Polar Bear
    Walking on Thin Ice: Polar Bear Supremacy Polar bears are strong, highly cognitive creatures that live in the Arctic regions. Their physical characteristics, such as their fur, paws, claws, ears, and tails, show their supremacy in comparison with all other Arctic species. These mammal
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  • Polar Bears Extinction
    Are polar bears facing extinction because of global warming? [pic] By: Aieron Levy Could global warming be killing polar bears? The weather temperature is rising because of global warming, this is due to changes in the entire Arctic eco system. Scientists suggest that warmer
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  • Polar Bear
    The Overlooked Piece of the Puzzle Recently an article from Science Online revealed that a female polar bear was monitored as it swam for 9 straight days, covering 426 miles. This epic trek is now becoming a more common occurrence as Alaskan sea ice recedes earlier and earlier each year (Polar Be
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  • Polar Bear
    Polar Bears at Arctic When I first saw a polar bear it was midnight, but it was sunny, the midnight sun shines in the Arctic. I was on a cruise with my parents and full load of exciting passengers. Everyone was on the deck taking pictures. We could hear the clicks from the cameras like storms fr
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  • Polar Bear Ecology: as Impacted by Global Warming
    Erin Napp 12/2/2012 Ecology Polar Bear Ecology: As Impacted by Global Warming Our country is home to a diverse array of wildlife ranging from the highest peaks, to the driest deserts, to freshwater and marine environments and to all the places in between. The abundant and diverse wildlife resou
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  • Re: References for Polar Bear
    Shawna Roberts BIO- 220 -0102 Environmental Science August 11, 2013 Polar Bears Polar Bear with its great magical presents has been used by many native people for thousands of years. Greenland uses the Polar Bear in its coat of arms symbolizing the importance of this animal to the culture of
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  • Polar Bear
    The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a bear native largely within the Arctic circle encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. It is the world's largest land carnivore and also the largest bear, together with the omnivorous Kodiak bear, which is approximately the
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  • Polar Bear Adaptions
    The polar bear Structural Adaption’s: Polar bears have large feet that help it to walk across snow a lot easier. They also have large feet that are useful for swimming, which can propel them fast. The bigger paws help it rip into its prey a lot easier and with its claws to help along with the pr
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  • Polar Bear
    he polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a bear native largely within the Arctic Circle encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. It is the world's largest land carnivore and also the largest bear, together with the omnivorous Kodiak Bear, which is approxi
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  • How the Polar Bear Is Affected by Global Warming
    An Unintentional Consequence – How the Polar Bear is affected by Global Warming Imagine for a moment that you just woke up from a long nap to find everything around you was not the same as it was when you went to sleep: the temperature that you are use to experiencing is considerably warmer, yo
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  • Polar Bear
    Polar Bear, The Greek Word for Arctic Polar bears are strong, highly cognitive creatures that live in the Arctic regions. Their physical characteristics, such as their fur, paws, claws, ears, and tails, show their supremacy in comparison of all other arctic species. These mammals have demonstrate
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  • Advertisement Analysis: Nissan Leaf - Polar Bear - a Lone Polar Bear's Journey
    Ziyi Wu MKTG 340 Advertisement analysis: Nissan LEAF - Polar Bear - A Lone Polar Bear's Journey Nissan exhibited a 100% electric drive car, Nissan LEAF, to Japan and the US in 2010. It is the first zero emission car in the world that is mass produced. Nissan gave it a very good nam
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  • Polar Bear Ecology
    The Arctic’s Iconic Carnivore Abstract Climate change effects on the arctic are now becoming more evident to ecologists. Severe declines in polar bear populations are more noticeable as periods of sea ice cover are steadily declining. A decrease in sea ice is leading to nutritional stress in
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  • Polar Bear
    Polar Bear Polar bears live only in the northern Arctic where they spend most of their time on ice floes. They are the largest land meat-eater in the world and the largest of the bear family. They are well suited to the cold Arctic ice and snow. Characteristics and Physical Features of the Pol
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  • Polar Bear
    n May 2008, the U.S listed the polar bear as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. In Canada, polar bears are listed as a Species of Special Concern. Russia also considers the polar bear a species of concern. What's happening? Sea ice losses in the Arctic from global warming are
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  • The Polar Bear and Adaptations
    The Polar Bear and Adaptations The polar bear is seen by many as the beautiful white bear that lives in the cold and ice of the areas within the North Pole. They may never look beyond the beauty to see the animal has progressed through natural selection to become a creature that endures and thrive
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  • Polar Bear Formal Outline
    4.07 Polar Bears                     I.            Introduction a. Polar bears have lived in extremely harsh conditions, and with global warming made their way to being endangered. Polar bears have opened eyes on how we see extreme weather
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  • Polar Bear Crisis
    Polar Bear Crisis In May 2008, the U.S listed the polar bear as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. The Arctic is one of the most discussed on climate change, due to the fact that warming is greatest there and because what happens in the Arctic has the can eventually impact
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  • A Polar Bear That Captivated the World
    A Polar Bear that captivated the world Dina                                                                                                               12th May 2013       Knut was a polar bear born in a zoo in Berlin, Germany on Dece
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