Mr. Polar Bear tells about life on the ice floes. This is a fun way to learn some interesting facts about polar bears, their habitat, and the impact of global warming.
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- Question 1 of 11
What colour is the fur of a polar bear?Correct
The white fur becomes yellowish with age.Incorrect
The white fur becomes yellowish with age.
- Question 2 of 11
Where do polar bears live?Correct
Polar bears live on the ice floes near the North Pole. They are found mainly in Canada and Alaska, but also in Norway, Greenland and Russia.Incorrect
Polar bears live on the ice floes near the North Pole. They are found mainly in Canada and Alaska, but also in Norway, Greenland and Russia.
- Question 3 of 11
How tall is an adult polar bear?Correct
Female polar bears can reach 2 metres (7 feet). Male polar bears can be as tall as 3 metres (10 feet).Incorrect
Female polar bears can reach 2 metres (7 feet). Male polar bears can be as tall as 3 metres (10 feet).
- Question 4 of 11
What’s the average life expectancy of polar bears?Correct
Polar bears rarely live longer than 25 years.Incorrect
Polar bears rarely live longer than 25 years.
- Question 5 of 11
What do you call the place where female polar bears give birth to their young?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 6 of 11
How big are baby polar bears when they are born?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 7 of 11
Do polar bears hibernate?Correct
Polar bears don’t hibernate, but pregnant females spend the winter in a den.Incorrect
Polar bears don’t hibernate, but pregnant females spend the winter in a den.
- Question 8 of 11
What prevents polar bears from sliding on the ice?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 9 of 11
What allows polar bears to be good swimmers?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 10 of 11
In the following list, check all the animals that have webbed feet.Correct 4 / 4PointsIncorrect / 4 Points
- Question 11 of 11
What causes the polar bears’ habitat to shrink?CorrectIncorrect