Polar Bear Baculum Replica


Polar Bears are marine mammals and the largest land carnivore in the world. They are the only exclusively carnivorous bear in the world, feeding primarily on seals.


Polar Bear Baculum Replica measures 8.9 inches. Polar Bear Baculum Replica is museum quality polyurethane resin cast. Made in USA. Our precise baculum can be used as a teaching tool, museum baculum exhibit, home décor baculum, or office décor baculum.

Polar Bear or Ursus maritimus, also known as Nanook, Nanook of the North or Great White Bear is a noble-looking animal and of enormous strength, living bravely warm amid eternal ice. They are the unrivaled master-existences of this icebound solitude.

The body of a polar bear or Ursus maritimus is large and stocky, similar to that of a brown bear, except it lacks the shoulder hump. The head is relatively smaller than the heads of other bears and the neck is elongated. At the shoulder a polar bear can measure 1.6 m in height.

Adult male Polar bears or Ursus maritimus weigh between 660-1760 lbs. and can reach 2.5 m in. length from tip of nose to tip of tail. Females are smaller, weighing 330 to 660 lbs. and measuring 1.8 to 2 m in length.

The fur generally has a white appearance, but it can be yellowish in the summer due to oxidation or may even appear brown or gray, depending on the season and light conditions.

Polar bear or Ursus maritimus skin is black and the fur is actually clear, lacking in pigment. The white appearance is the result of light being refracted from the clear hair strands. The fore paws are broad and make excellent paddles while swimming.

The soles of both hind and fore feet are furred for insulation and traction while walking on ice and snow. Polar bears or Ursus maritimus have a plantigrade gait.

The Polar bear or Ursus maritimus is the most carnivorous member of the bear family, and throughout most of its range, its diet primarily consists of ringed and bearded seals. The Arctic is home to millions of seals, which become prey when they surface in holes in the ice in order to breathe, or when they haul out on the ice to rest.

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Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 8.9 in
Polar Bear Facts

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Ursidae
Genus: Ursus
Species: U. maritimus
Binomial name: Ursus maritimus
Conservation status: Vulnerable – A vulnerable species is one which has been categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as likely to become endangered unless the circumstances that are threatening its survival and reproduction improve.

International Polar Bear Day - Feb. 27

International Polar Bear Day is an annual event celebrated every February 27, to coincide with the time period when polar bear mothers and cubs are sleeping in their dens, and to raise awareness about the conservation status of the polar bear.