Question by  miso (22)

What is the biggest bear in the world?

Where does it live?


Answer by  MorganL (26)

The polar bear, found on the coasts of Eurasia, North America in Alaska and Canada, Greenland, and the artic coasts, is the largest bear in the world. It can weigh anywhere fromm 900 to 1,500 lbs. The heaviest recorded was 2,210 pounds. The average length of an adult male is 8 to 8 1/2 feet.


Answer by  missein10 (44)

The polar bear is considered the largest species of bear. These majestic creatures live in the northern Artic and have adapted to the extreme cold. The average male polar bear weighs a whopping 900 pounds, and has a height of 8.5 feet. They spend their time in the ice floes and in the water.


Answer by  SallyManda (308)

It depends on your definition of "big". The largest individuals of living bears belong to the brown bear, particularly the Kodiak subspecies, which is found in North America. However, polar bears are usually considered the largest bear on average and are found in the Arctic circle.


Answer by  mistika (121)

The biggest bear in the World is the Polar Bear, which can be found in the Northern Arctic regions of the World. Polar Bears live in the Arctic but are becoming increasingly endangered due to rising global temperatures and the melting of large ice glaciers.

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