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- Polar bears (“sea bears”) live on the Arctic’s polar ice in the U.S. (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Greenland, and Norway.
- Under a thick coat of all-white fur, the polar bear’s skin is black, which helps it to absorb the warmth from the sun.
- They are the largest land predators on Earth, yet as marine mammals, they spend much of their time in the sea.
- Climate warming and the loss of sea ice pose the greatest threat to the survival of all polar bear populations.