The Americans observed fifty polar bears off the coast of Alaska for about five years, which allowed them to report their extraordinary endurance. It is noticed that these animals can make long journeys for ten days, as well as non-stop swimming about seven hundred kilometers.
This was established using GPS sensors that were attached to the aforementioned fifty bears. So scientists received the most accurate data on all their movements.
It turned out that ninety-five kilometers is the average sea travel distance for these large animals. But there were real marathon runners and athletes among them. One bear was able to overcome the distance of four hundred kilometers, and the stayer swam about seven hundred kilometers in ten days, almost without rest or stopping. All this was devoted to the search for ice in order to hunt sea seals - the main food of polar bears.
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