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Where are polar bears found?

Where are polar bears found?

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M. Parker

M. Parker

M. Parker
M. Parker, Internet Researcher, Houston

Answered Aug 28, 2018

Polar Bears are located in the Arctic from Alaska and throughout Northern Canada, and as far east as the Hudson Bay. Polar Bears can be found in many places in zoos, but naturally, they are only found in the arctic circle. Its native region lies chiefly within the arctic circle, encompassing the arctic ocean, it's surrounding seas and land masses. It is also found in adjacent masses as far south as Newfoundland.

They dwellings can range all the way to the Arctic, and as far south as Canadian James Bay. Their southernmost area is near the boundary between the subarctic and humid continental climate zones. They can occasionally drift widely with sea ice. Polar Bears tend to exist in low densities in the area of the Arctic region.

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