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When do polar bears hibernate?


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Most polar bears hibernate October or November through March or April. They enter a state of carnivore lethargy, and do not hibernate deeply.

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Polar bears do not hibernate. They are active year round.

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Polar bears do not hibernate, however their females, especially pregnant ones, enter into a state of carnivore lethargy, similar to hibernation, from about October or November through March or April.

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