Polar Bear
A polar bear’s average lifespan is about 25 to 30 years in the wild. Females give birth in winter, usually to twin cubs. These cubs will then live with their mother for up to 28 months learning the skills they need to survive. Females are extremely diligent in protecting their young, while their male counterparts provide no help at all. In fact, some males may actually kill cubs.

Polar Bear

A polar bear’s average lifespan is about 25 to 30 years in the wild. Females give birth in winter, usually to twin cubs. These cubs will then live with their mother for up to 28 months learning the skills they need to survive. Females are extremely diligent in protecting their young, while their male counterparts provide no help at all. In fact, some males may actually kill cubs.