Polar Bears have 42 teeth in total, which are used for catching their prey and ripping up the flesh for digestion. They use the incisors to shear off pieces of flesh and blubb…er. The canine teeth are used to tear through hides and grasp the prey. They use their jagged premolars and molars mainly for tearing the meat, but also for chewing, although Polar bears tend to swallow most of their food in large chunks rather than chewing it up first.
Polar bears have translucent guard hairs. They are shaped like hollow tubes. They are between 5 to 15 cm long. Underneath the guard hairs is a thick insulating undercoat. They… have stiff hairs on the bottoms of their paws that aid with traction when walking on ice. The males also have ornamental hair on their forelegs.
Adult Polar Bears have 42 teeth. They have canines that are larger and longer than any other bears, and both their carnassials and molars are sharper and used for shearing and… biting, not for grinding.
Vertebrate. A vertebrate is an animal with a backbone. Bears have backbones. Well, the word "vertebrate" means that it has a backbone, and "invertebrate" means it does not. So… it's a vertebrate. Yes. They have backbones.
they have fur and that's the olny thing you can see if u are face to face . They do have fur white coat to keep themselves warm but in their skin is black.
They have backbones unlike snails or worms which are in invertebrate.
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ursus Species: U. maritimus
Nowadays, 1) global warming, and therefore, loss of habitat, and 2) predation by humans (hunting).
The noun 'polar bear' is a singular, common, compound, concretenoun; a word for a type of mammal; a word for a thing.
yes. as long as you don't hurt her or her cubs.
New born polar bears are called cubs.
Polar bears don't hibernate, only pregnant females, and that onlyfor three months.
No, not even close. Although an adult bear can attain speeds of 25 mph, many animals are much faster. The fastest land mammal is the cheetah, which can run to 55 mph for short… distances. The fastest bird is the peregrine falcon, clocked at 187 mph in a dive.
Polar bears are mammals, and all mammals have bilateral symmetry. This means they have symmetry across one plane (known as the sagittal plane, and directly down the centre of …their body), which means one side of their body approximately mirrors the other side.