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  • Regular bears are more dangerous

    Actually I'm not sure which bears are more powerful; however, the possibility of encountering polar bears is quite low compared to regular bears. Thus regular bears are definitely more dangerous than polar bears in that it's possible for us to run into them and get injured seriously or be killed.

  • Yes, they're dangerours

    The only reason they are not they only inhabit the Arctic Region. But still, they are wild and unpredictable. They have instincts of protecting their young and family. They are capable of killing people or animals that come near them. Thus, making them dangerous just as regular bears. Thank you.

  • They are wild animals

    Polar bears, like other bears and other animals, have instincts such as protecting their young that make them dangerous. We have also made the habitat of polar bears much smaller, meaning they get desperate for food and may very well attack people out of sheer desperation. They should be admired from afar.

  • Yes, Polar bears are wild and unpredictable creatures.

    Yes, Polar bears are just as dangerous as regular bears. Polar bears like regular bears are territorial in their natural habitats and are protective of their young. Polar bears also are not used to people like most regular bears and would probably act unpredictably in their presence. Polar bears are known to be the top predator in the arctic region.

  • No, i don`t think so.

    Like all bears, polar bears are omnivorous. They eat anything organic. Except for man, they are the apex carnivore in the Arctic. They hunt and eat everything, sometimes including man-flesh, sometimes including their own species. After a meal of seal blubber, they will sometimes seek out grass for a salad. In the summer, when they are ashore, they do not starve. They will hunt birds, forage for eggs, hunt and kill caribou and small mammals, eat lichen, moss, and mushrooms, forage on shrubbery and berries in season, harvest kelp and other seaweed, eat fish ...Obversely, the only animal that can kill a polar bear is man

  • Regular bears are more dangerous

    Actually I'm not sure which bears are more powerful; however, the possibility of encountering polar bears is quite low compared to regular bears. Thus regular bears are definitely more dangerous than polar bears in that it's possible for us to run into them and get injured seriously or be killed.

  • No, they're more dangerous.

    That is, to humans in their habitat. Also, I'm not sure what a "regular bear" is as there are multiple species, both living and extinct.

    Any bear can be dangerous if they feel threatened or if they're in a desperate situation, but polar bears are one of the few species on the planet known to commonly actively hunt humans. Most haven't adopted a natural fear, because historically there have been relatively few interactions of our species doing direct harm to theirs. Their meat can be toxic and the native people overlapping with their territory haven't always had access to the best hunting tools anyway.

  • Not unless you're in the artic...

    Unless you're on the set of "Lost," polar bears only inhabit one region of the world. Therefore, regular bears are much more dangerous, because they can be encountered anywhere. I have seen many bears just wandering out on the trails in the Pacific Northwest. I'm never worried about seeing a polar bear.


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