Arctic Animals - Polar Bears
Use body language and sounds.
A deep growl gives a warning to other bears.
Growls are commonly used to defend their food source.
To beg food from another bear, polar bears will approach slowly, circle around the food, and then softly offer a nose-to-nose greeting.
When a polar bear wants to play with another polar bear , he wags his head from side to side.
An adult bear will stand on his hind legs, chin lowered to chest and front paws hanging by his side.
Angry polar bears make loud roars and growls.
Mother bears scold their cubs with a low growl or a soft cuff.…
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