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Diving from an ice floe
The polar bear is a great swimmer: it uses its front legs like oars and its back legs as a rudder. Its fat layer protects it from icy waters and its coat inflates to increase floatation. It is also able to hold its breath underwater for two minutes which help it to discreetly get closer to the seals, its first source of food.
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