Polar Bears are marine vertebrates, and invest much of their time on Arctic ocean ice. Numerous adjustments make polar bears particularly suited to life in frigid environments. Their hide is thicker than whatever possible bears' and blankets even their feet for warmth and footing on ice. A thick layer of lard underneath their hide gives lightness and protection. The long neck and thin skull of the polar bear presumably help in streamlining the creature in the water while warming the air that they inhale, and their front feet are substantial, level and paddle-like, making them phenomenal swimmers.
Polar Bears are the biggest area carnivores on the planet, equaled just by the Kodiak tan bears of southwestern Alaska. Polar bears sit at the highest point of the natural pecking order in the organically rich Arctic.
Polar Bears fundamentally consume seals. Polar bears regularly rest quietly at a seal's breathing opening in the ice, holding up for a seal in the water to surface. A polar bear might likewise chase by swimming underneath the ice.
Polar Bears are appealing and engaging, however they are effective predators that don't regularly fear people, which can make them hazardous. Close human settlements, they regularly get a taste for trash, bringing bears and people into hazardous closeness.