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Do Polar Bears Get Lonely? by New Scientist
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Jun 11, 09

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The answer is no, polar bears don't get lonely because they're supposed to be solitary by nature so that they don't have to share the scarce resources of the arctic. Plus various other fun facts when one is bored on a Sunday afternoon.

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message 1: by Pat (new)

Pat OK, but are they soulless, godless, rampaging killing machines?
The authoritative source:

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