Blackbirch Press, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 23 pages
Covers polar bears' habitat and environment, physical features, special features of interest, social life and daily life, other animals and plants in the habitat, survival, reproduction, gestation, birth, raising young, growth and development and interaction with humans. Discussions of threats to habitats and hunting promote environmental awareness in young readers.
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