How many baby bears do Polar Bears have?
A Polar Bear baby is called a cub. A female polar bear can give birth to one to three cubs, but will normally give birth to 2 cubs. She will give birth sometime in the month of January in the den she built to keep them safe where they can grow big and strong until spring, which is when they will first venture out into the Arctic wilderness. The cubs will stay with their mothers for about 20 months. In that time, she will teach them to hunt and learn how to live in the cold Arctic environment. For those cubs born in the high Arctic, where life is a little more challenging, the cubs will stay with their mother for another year.