When being chased or charging prey, polar bears can reach speeds of about 25 mph. However, polar bears generally have little reason to move at a fast pace, and prefer to move a slow, walking pace.
Polar bears are actually able to run pretty fast for short distances. If they are chasing after prey or feel threatened, they are able to run at a speed of about 25 miles per hour. More often though they can be seen walking at a speed of about 3.4 miles per hour. Because of their enormous size and their “swinging gait,” the bears use about two times the amount of energy to move compared to other animals.
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