Male polar bears do not hibernate, only pregnant females hibernate during the winter. When polar bears are not hunting they are often sleeping or resting.
Actually (other than hibernation, obviously) polar bears sleep about as often as we do – 7 or 8 hours a day, plus occasional naps.
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