Why don’t other bears do well in the arctic?



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    Because they aren’t adapted to the temperature and habitat of the Arctic. Many bears inhabit forests or mountains, which are sparse around the North Pole. The North American Black Bear, for instance, mostly live in forests with an under-story which provides both food and protection, or in low elevation swamps or high mountain meadows.

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