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- Bear Pair. // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;1/10/2003, Vol. 65 Issue 13, p3
Presents a photograph of two polar bears at the Brookfield Zoo in Illinois. Information on the polar bears.
- Binky the bear teaches visitors a lesson. Eliot, John L. // National Geographic;Mar95, Vol. 187 Issue 3, p145
Features the polar bear named Binky at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage. Popularity of the bear after attacking intruding visitors; Media coverage.
- Tales of the great white bear. Drew, Lisa; Hoshino, Michio // National Wildlife;Dec96/Jan97, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p16
Presents scientists' stories and observations about polar bears and their assessment about their uncertain future. Challenges of their ecosystem; Evolution; Behavior of polar bears; Big increase in poaching of the bears; Effects of oil from recent spills flowing into the Arctic Ocean; Effect of...
- Lost and all alone. Ward, Kennan // National Geographic World;Jan98, Issue 269, p32
Focuses on a photographer who works with polar bears in the Wrangel Island, Russia. Gives information on one trip he encountered; Information on his care for Ferosha, a polar bear; Journeys of Ferosha.
- Land of the ice bear. Laycock, George // Boys' Life;Mar1994, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p30
Highlights the polar bears of the Arctic. The five countries they live in; Their swimming ability; What they eat; How Eskimos hunt polar bears; The laws protecting polar bears; Numbers of bears alive today. INSETS: Polar bear facts.;Scouts help wildlife, by W.E. Butterworth IV..
- BEATRICE BLACK BEAR. Grandits, John // Click;Jan2008, Vol. 11 Issue 1, following p35
Images of polar bears and polar regions are presented.
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: FARTHEST NORTH POLAR BEAR. van Meurs, Rinie; Splettstoesser, John F. // Arctic;Sep2003, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p309
Comments on the Ursus maritimus, considered to be the farthest North Polar bear. Sighting of the bear; Literature on animals in the North Pole; Evidences suggesting existence of the bears in the region.
- The ice bear. // International Wildlife;Jul/Aug84, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p4
How five countries set aside political differences to rescue the biggest carnivore on Earth--the polar bear. The 5 nations contributed scientists to a Polar Bear Specialist Group. The group was given the task of learning more about the bear, determining its population, migration routes and...
- POLAR BEAR ADVENTURE. SANDLIN, AMANDA // National Geographic Kids;Feb2011, Issue 407, p12
The article offers information on the Tundra Buggy Lodge, a habitat for polar bears, in Churchill, Canada.