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Polar Bears: Super Predators

35 pages1 hour


Would you mess with a Bear that stands 10 feet tall? The biggest and most aggressive of all Bears? That’s what Polar Bears are. They are also the most fascinating of all Bears too.

We all think Polar Bears are covered in white fur. This is not true, and their skins are not light in color either. We call them Polar Bears but they only live near one of the 2 Poles — not both. Can you guess which one? North or South?

This book answers many of the Polar Bear questions you may have and a whole lot more…

Questions like… How have Polar Bears adapted to living in the extreme cold? Do they hibernate in Winter? What is their favorite meal? What is a group of Polar Bears called? Are they good swimmers?

Let’s explore the amazing world of these Arctic super predators. This book is filled with color images and interesting facts about Polar Bears. Perfect for Polar Bear lovers from age 6 through to 100…

TJ Rob —

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Book Contents:

1. What are Polar Bears?

2. The origin of Polar Bears

3. Where do Polar Bears live today?

4. How many Polar Bears are left in the wild?

5. How big is a Polar Bear?

6. Are Polar Bears really white?

7. Polar Bear Fur

8. Polar Bear Skin

9. How long do Polar Bears live?

10. Hunting

11. What do Polar Bears like to eat?

12. How often do Polar Bears hunt? How much do they eat?

13. Communication and Sounds Polar Bears make

14. 7 Cool Polar Bear Facts

15. Polar Bear Senses

16. Sharp Teeth - Powerful Bite

17. Giant Paws and Claws

18. Polar Bear Cubs

19. Do All Polar Bears Hibernate?

20. Are Polar Bears good swimmers?

21. Polar Bears are solitary animals

22. How much do Polar Bears sleep?

23. How have Polar Bears adapted to their environment?

24. Polar Bears like to keep clean

25. Polar Bears are athletes

26. More Cool Polar Bear Facts

27. Human Threats

28. Please leave a review / OTHER books by TJ Rob

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