Paws
Description:
-large
-stiff hair on bottoms
-short, sharp claws For:
-swimming
-providing traction
-holding prey

The polar bearís large paws are also ideal for swimming. They have stiff hairs on the bottoms that provide traction on the ice. This feature is one of the reasons polar bears can run at speeds of up to 40 kilometres an hour. The polar bearís short, sharp claws also provide extra traction while running and are ideally shaped for holding prey. Next
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