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What different kind of polar bears are there?
Question Date: 2015-12-04
Answer 1:

There's just 1 species of polar bear - Ursus maritimus. Polar bears evolved from grizzly bears. Polar bears are larger than other types of bear. A full grown male polar bear weighs almost 1000 pounds.

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