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What you Need to Know about the Animals in the North Pole?

By Edited May 29, 2016 1 0

Introduction

In this article I will be telling you about Animals in the North Pole. As you know that North Pole is a very COLD place but for many animals it is their habitat living in the North Pole so that is why throughout this article I will be telling you about Animals in the North Pole. Most of the animals in the North Pole are extinct and some are getting close to becoming extinct because of global warming which is absolutely disgraceful. So carry on reading to find out some more fascinating information and facts in this article which is telling you about Animals in the North Pole.

Polar bears

One animal that lives in the North Pole is a polar bear and as I have mentioned before polar bears are endangered to nearly becoming extinct. There are many types of bears but the bear that lives in the North Pole is white coloured which is called a Polar Bear. Even though all bears have fur on them white polar bears have a special type of fur which keeps them really nice and warm no matter how cold it is even if there was a blizzard. The food that the polar bears eat is called a seal. Polar Bears eat any types of seals but their favourite is a harp seal and they have another favourite type of seal which is called Northern fur seal. So carry on reading to find out some more incredible information and facts in this article which is telling you about Animals in the North Pole.

Killer whale

Another animal that lives in the North Pole is called a killer whale. Killer whales don’t really live on the ground as they live in the sea because they are a type of sea creature. They can only stay in really cold water otherwise they will most probably die therefore that is the reason why they live in the North Pole. Did you know that a killer whale is known as the biggest animal that lives in the North Pole? A killer whale only eats other fish from the North Pole Sea. As you know this whale is the only type of whale that can live in the freezing North Pole and the reason for that is because they have lots of thick layers on their body so that it can protect them from the cold condition in the freezing North Pole as other whales do not have layers of thick skin on their body to keep them warm. As the Killer whale is a big creature therefore they find it extremely hard to escape from human hunters because they use whales to make tuna. Well carry on reading to find out some more interesting information and facts in this article which is telling you about Animals in the North Pole.

Reindeers

The last animal which I am going to be telling you about that lives in the freezing North Pole is called a reindeer. I don’t know if you know this but reindeers are one of the most popular animals that live in the freezing North Pole. Did you know that a reindeer can travel up to three thousand miles in a year? Reindeers have a large warm coat to protect them from the cold. If there is a hunter out looking for reindeers, the hunters will have a bad chance of catching them because reindeers have pointy antlers to protect them. Well carry on reading to find out some more wonderful information and facts in this article which is telling you about Animals in the North Pole.

Summary

So as you can see there are many different types of animals which live in the freezing North Pole but it will take a long time to mention them all. There are many other animals that live in the freezing North Pole such as Snow Owls, Alaskan Malamute, Arctic Fox, Arctic Hare, Beluga Whale, Arctic Wolf, Arctic Tern, Harp Seal and there are many more extraordinary animals in the freezing North Pole. Well I hope that you have enjoyed reading all of this stunning information and facts in this article and I also hope that you have learnt one or two things from this article which is telling you about Animals in the North Pole.

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