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In the online game, Polar Bear Crossing, polar bear cubs will jump out from the iceberg on the left, and you have to use the floating iceberg to catch the polar bear cubs and bounce them to the iceberg on the right where their mother is waiting. A polar bear cub may have to be bounced a few times to reach the iceberg on the right. Good judgement is needed in Polar Bear Crossing to determine which polar bear cub should be caught first. Use the mouse to control the iceberg and catch the polar bear cubs. Have fun!
Do you think bears look cute, and do you also like to play fun web games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Polar Bear Crossing game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this fun web game. Help the polar bear cubs across the ocean and between the two icebergs and catch up to their mother on the other iceberg.
The Polar bear is the largest land carnivor are found only in the arctic region. These cold weather predators spend most of their life on sea ice, with the help of various adaptive features. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), only 20,000 to 25,000 polars exist in the world today, of which 60 percent exist in North Canada itself. It was in the 1960s that the first time an international scientific meeting on the polar bear was held. This meeting was attended by representatives from five countries; the ones that house polar bears, namely: Canada, United States, Greenland (Denmark), Norway and Russia. Since then the effort to conserve polar bear population actually began. According to scientists the the melting ice is paving the path for the polar bear extinction, as due to lack of sea ice an increasing number of polar bears are expected to die from drowning.
We turned to the web, and according to National Geographic Kids there are some fun facts to learn about polar bears. Polar bears are found in the frozen wilds of the Arctic, in Canada, Alaska (US), Greenland, Russia and Norway. These magnificent mammals have an incredible sense of smell which they use to track their favorite food, seals. Although good swimmers, polar bears aren't quick enough to reliably catch seals in open water. Instead, they depend on the ice as a hunting platform. Polar bears are well adapted to survive in one of the harshest environments on our planet. As well as their thick fur, they have a layer of fat, called blubber, that insulates (protects) their bodies from the frosty air and near-freezing water.