The polar bear is a carnivore and needs 2 kilograms of fat per day to survive. Their favorite and main food is the ring seals. They will eat the blubber and the entrails of the seal. If they are starving, they will eat basically the whole thing. A seal provides around eight days of fat for a bear. In mid-summer the polar bears become omnivores because seals canít be found. They eat plants, small rodents, fish, eggs, and occasionally grass. They also eat dead bodies of seals, whales, or anything that washes up on shore. The polar bears do not drink water, they get all the different liquids they need from the animals they prey on.
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