Polar Bear Racing

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Polar Bear Racing Game Online - Play Free Bears Web Games

In this online game you get to compete in a swimming race against the other polar bears in a lap competition. The difficult (and fun) part of polar bear racing is that you have to avoid the ice and stay in the middle of the ocean otherwise you get caught up and slow down. You'll need some time before you can master polar bear racing. Have fun!

Play Polar Bear Racing game online for free today

Do you think polar bears look cute, and do you also like to play free web games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free online Polar Bear Racing game. Am I right? ;)

How to play the free Polar Bear Racing game online

The race lasts for ten laps. You have to swim as fast as possible in order to win. Press the up arrow to swim faster and press the left and right arrows to turn.

How fast can Polar Bears run and swim

Polar bears walk at about five to six kph. Females with small cubs slow their speed to two and a half to four kph. Polar bears are well known for their slow, plodding gait, but they are actually able to gallop as fast as a horse over short distances, but they prefer to amble leisurely. Polar Bears can run as fast as 40 kph or 25 mph for short distances. Younger, leaner bears are the best runners. They can cover two kilometers without stopping. Older, larger bears quickly overheat. So, how fast can they swim? According to Daily Main, bears fitted with GPS trackers swam non-stop for as long as ten days while searching for sea ice platforms in the Arctic. One bear was able to swim 220 miles, while another covered an astonishing 420 miles non-stop over the course of ten days. Polar bears are excellent swimmers, able to reach speeds of up to 6 mph in the water. Polar bears moves on average, 2.3 times further in the water than when the same individuals are on sea ice. This movement data also indicates the bears are not pausing to rest or feed during long-distance swims.

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