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The Polar Bear

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The Polar Bear
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A Very Quick Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.26

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    polar, blubber, meat-eating, region, layer, bears, sniff, large, ocean, seal, also, land, front, bottom, skin, thick

Other Languages
     Spanish: El oso polar


The Polar Bear
By Vickie Chao
Rewritten as a very quick reader by Cindy Grigg
  

1     Polar bears are the biggest kind of bear. Adults may weigh more than half a ton! They live in the Arctic. The Arctic polar region is very cold. The ocean is filled with ice in the winter. Polar bears live on the ice. Their white fur helps them blend in with the snow and ice. They swim in the cold water. They have thick fur coats. They have a layer of fat under their skin. This fat is called blubber. Their blubber and fur helps them stay warm. Polar bears have very large paws. Their front paws are webbed. These paws help them swim. They have fur on the bottom of their feet, too. This helps them walk on ice. .....
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