Since the Polar Bear is the world's largest carnivore, a bear who can grow up to 9 feet tall and weigh 1400 pounds, the best way to have a personal polar bear is to get a plush toy version or one in wearable form or perhaps in book form.
Handmade Polar Bear Cub
Plush Polar Bear
This Amigurumi crochet polar bear is just a baby. He measures 8 inches long (9 inches long if you count his tail) and about 4 inches high. He is softly stuffed with new polyester fiberfill and is very huggable. He was created in crochet using white acrylic yarn and has black embroidered eyes, nose and claws.
Baby polar bear is looking for a warm toybox to live in. He's tired of the cold and snow at the North Pole. :-) At the moment he is curled up in a warm corner of the Etsy Shop of Coastal Crochet Crafts in Georgia.
Polar Bear Hat in Handmade Crochet
|Handmade Polar Bear Hat for Baby|
Plush toy polar bears are not the only polar bear related items created in crochet. Here's a darling polar bear hat which makes an adorable photo prop for a baby and is a nice warm cap to keep baby's head warm. Your little one will get lots of oohs and aahs wearing this cute cap.
Created by Jessica, a crochet crafter in Virginia, this polar bear hat can be found in her Etsy shop JWhiz Crochet.
Fun Polar Bear Fact
- Polar bears are considered marine animals because they spend most of their life at sea. Their scientific name means "maritime bear".
- Polar bears are related to the brown bear, but their bodies are adapted for cold temperatures, snow and ice.
- Did you know that most polar bears are left-handed? No wonder I like this mighty bear, being left-handed myself.
Polar Bear Gift Guide
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