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Great White Polar Bear Ready for Sex

I sent a picture to the radio media in Chicago, of a great White Polar Bear, cause I had written 10,000 autobiographical (first time in history) pages of why I wanted to ‘save’ the White race, just as I wanted to save the Great White Polar bear from Extinction.

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Polar Bear Mating

2/25/04

One thing, when I mentioned that the Cleopatra wig was a hand-me-down.  That was wrong.  It was a hand me up.  I handed it to my older sister.  I provided clothes for my older sister.  My sisters never handed me clothes to either go to high school in or to work, God forbid they would give me clothes for a date.  It was what I could give and do for them and for free, in caring for their houses, and children.

When I mentioned earlier about mentally murdered, (if not physically murdered), I believe that as far back as the time when I was conceived, even my father didn’t want me. Don’t forget he kicked my mother in the stomach in the child after me.  That could have been me.  You see what I mean about a father, such as the German Shepard father, or Polar Bear father, the mother is the survival of the cub, or puppy, or child.  In the play and book “10 Little Indians” by Agatha Christie, the ending results in 10 people actually killing the victim at different times.  I have been murdered by at least that many, if not physically, then mentally.

I love where it said on the internet that Males track and smell the breeding female.  She does not track and smell after him.

Hunting is hard work. With her massive limbs and wide paws, evolved for prowling the ice and swimming, she expends twice the energy to walk than most other mammals. So she stalks her prey slowly, relying on her extraordinary sense of smell—she can sniff seals in their subnivean lairs up to a mile away. Often, she will remain motionless on her stomach for long stretches beside a breathing hole, waiting for a seal to surface.

Polar bears, the largest terrestrial carnivores in the world, abandoned the land for this harsh life between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago.

When stranded on land during the summer and early fall the bears will subsidize their diet to minimize weight loss by scavenging the shoreline and a short distance inland for washed up carrion, bird eggs, rodents, berries and other edibles.

The female bears normally become sexually mature in their fifth or sixth year, males in their eighth year. Mating usually occurs out on the pack ice between late March and mid-July. Females will mate with a number of males over the three weeks or so of the breeding season. After mating a process referred to as delayed implantation takes place.

At birth the cubs are blind, toothless, hairless and very tiny.

They do not defend their home ranges from other bears and it is normal for the home ranges of individual bears to overlap each other.

There is info from www.geocites.com/yosemite/7916/polarbear There are many cute pictures especially of a great white polar bear lying exhausted with her head propped up by a stone for a pillow.  I was so poor after the divorce, I couldn’t afford a pillow.  But, it states again about what great swimmers they are.  The female Polar Bear has a mate for one week.  Think of it!  Can you imagine?  One week, marriages.  And during that time she gets to mate with as many as possible to guarantee fertilization.  Can you imagine these travel agencies setting up vacations like this on Orbitz.com. or one of the other.  The longest she will be with any other species is her cubs, and that only for 2 ½ years.  You should see the picture of this great massive bear diving in the icy waters. The below is one of two male Great White Polar Bears fighting over the chance to mate with the female.  They don’t kill each other, but the fighting is very brutal.

B. Mating activity.

1. Breeding takes place in April and May on the sea ice.

2. During the breeding season, males and females find each other by congregating in the best seal-hunting habitats.

3. Male polar bears have been seen following the tracks of breeding female polar bears for more than 100 km (62 mi.). Scientists are uncertain what signals males use to track breeding females.

4. Competition for females is intense. Females breed about once every three years; therefore, there are about three adult males to every breeding female.

5. Before mating, a female polar bear may be accompanied by several males. The males fight fiercely among themselves until the strongest or largest male succeeds in chasing the others away.

a. A polar bear threatening to attack another polar bear usually lowers its head, flattens its ears back, and gives an open mouth threat with a hisslike roar.

b. Fights are rarely fatal, but do result in broken canines and scars on the head, neck, and shoulders.

6. Dominant males may succeed in breeding several females in a season.

7. Once paired, the male and female stay together for a week or more.

a. Females are induced ovulators, which means the act of mating causes a female to release an egg for fertilization.

b. Several days of mating interactions may be required to stimulate ovulation and guarantee fertilization of the egg.

8. Polar bears may have many different mates over their lifetime.

As soon as the mother is strong enough and the cubs can travel, the whole family leaves the den for a journey to the sea. There are many rests and feeding stops. Polar bear cubs, like all bear cubs, don’t miss a chance to run about playing tag, playfighting, and pawing or chewing anything interesting along the way. No one knows when a polar bear cub can completely take care of itself. Conservation experts say that family groups should be left alone and only single animals should be hunted. Native peoples have almost always followed this rule.

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