- Polar Bear (disambiguation)
polar bearis an animal.
Polar Bear may also refer to:
Polar Bears, A Naked Brothers Band movie
Polar Bear (American band), an American rock band
Polar Bear (British band), a British jazz band
Snow Patrol, a Scottish alternative rock band previously known as Polarbear
*"Polar Bear", a song by Ride from their 1990 album "Nowhere"
*"Polar Bear", a song by Therapy? from their 2004 album "
Never Apologise Never Explain"
*"Polar Bear", a song by Smile, later recorded by Queen
*a member of a
polar bear club, a common nickname for an ice swimming club
Polar Bear Expedition, a U.S. troop contingent 1918-1919
*Polar bear, a member of the Bear community in gay culture
*Polar Bear Lake, an alternative name for
White Bear Lake, Minnesota
*A make of undersuit for a diving drysuit.
Polar Bear Pass, a pass on Bathurst Island, Nunavut, Canada
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