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North American Flying Arctic Bears

North American Flying Arctic Bears North American flying arctic bears have inhabited North America ever since their migration from the British Arctic Territories in the year 1530.  According to the North American Center for Arctic Animals, 63 percent of North American flying arctic bears occupy Alaska (USA), 27 percent of them occupy Canada, and 10 percent of them occupy Greenland.

Adult North American flying arctic bears, between the ages of 7 and 13 years old, have an average height of 15.74 feet and an average weight of 1,344.2 pounds.  Adult North American flying arctic bears, between the ages of 7 and 13 years old, have an average wing span of 19.3 feet.

The fastest recorded running speed of any North American flying arctic bear is 45 miles per hour.  The quickest flying speed ever recorded of any North American flying arctic bears is 137 miles per hour.   

The diet of a North American flying arctic bear consists of penguin, walrus, and caribou.  The North American flying arctic bears use their paws to kill their prey, and their teeth, which range from 2-5 inches in length, to eat their prey.  

According to the Worldwide Statistics for Animals, the North American flying arctic bear is officially classified as an endangered species.  The Worldwide Statistics for Animals defines a species as endangered if it has less than 10 percent of its population upon initial human discovery.  Mark Laben, a scientist from the Institute of Large Flying Mammals, tributes the endangerment as defined by the Worldwide Statistics for Animals of the North American flying arctic bears to the reduction of total penguin population in comparison to the penguin population in 1530. 

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