Going by the name, anyone would consider that polar bear is found on the poles. And majority of them do reside in the Arctic Circle on the northern pole. However, there are various other regions as well where one can find polar bear inhabitation. Traces of polar bear have been found to the south of the Arctic circle as well where human development is still absent. They can be found in Newfoundland and even go across to James Bay in Canada. Sometimes, polar bears might even drift with sea ice have been sighted in the Norwegian mainland’s Berlevåg and the Sea of Okhotsk’s Kuril Islands. Moreover, the subpopulations of polar bears can even be seen in various North American regions that range from the south of Beaufort Sea to Hudson Bay and on the eastern part of Baffin Bay in the western parts of Greenland.