Why does a brown bear hibernate while a polar bear is active in winter?

Because the polar bear opens the seal hunting season in winter. When the ice melts, polar bears can no longer hunt on the ice, and on land, almost all Arctic animals are able to escape from it, and swim away into the sea. The brown bear has no one to hunt in winter. To survive the hungry winter, they hibernate.

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