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Polar bears are quiet solitary animals and depend on smell to navigate the icy tundras. But they have a spectrum of interesting sounds they will employ including grunts (like these above), moans, chuffs, purrs and growls. These can be heard during encounters of aggression or mating, or when communing with cubs.
Listed as a vulnerable species by the IUCN Red List, the polar bear is facing a steeper slope toward extinction for each year that sea ice loss continues. Climate change is quickly forcing the world's largest carnivore to seek asylum in forests further south, where it is not suited for survival.
Climate change forces polar bears in closer contact and conflict with human communities to the south - conservation efforts have had success focusing on educating locals in order to protect both. Help us continue to support important efforts such as these by ordering your SoundBites t-shirt today!
With a 25% donation to wildlife non-profits, every SoundBites Designs T-shirt helps endangered animals.
So wear the shirt. Scan the code. Let's make some noise about wildlife conservation!