Muskox are up there, but polar bears can be larger. Muskox are, on average, from 397 to 882 lb in the wild — and zoo animals (probably overfed) can crest 1400 lb. Adult male polar bears, in contrast, weigh 880–1,500 lb. The largest polar bear on record reportedly weighed 2,2120 lb — over a ton. I’m not including walruses in this discussion, since they’re not really “on” the ice much, but are comparable in weight to polar bears.
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