If you mean the north polar regions as opposed to the south, then yes – there are no polar bears in Antarctica. They really don’t live at the north pole but in the marginal areas, and range as far south as the south side of Hudson Bay Canada, and other points south of the Arctic Circle in eastern Siberia.
Most polar bear populations (60%) are found in the northern parts of Canada, though they have been known to exist as far north as the North Pole, as scientists and explorers have found tracks. Polar Bears are rarely known to migrate noth of 82 degrees northern latitude though, as food is scarce in the northern arctic ocean.
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