The Little Polar Bear TV series was based on books written by Hans de Beer, about Lars, a little cub (that's a baby polar bear) who explores his surrounds and meets new and interesting friends along the way.
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There were also several movies made about Lars:
Did you know all the characters in the tv series were voiced by just two people - Susan Sheridan (who voiced Lars, Lena, Peeps, Lars' mummy and other female characters) and Jimmy Hibbert (who voiced Lars' daddy and the other male characters).
Except for the family of brown bears and Peeps (the snow goose), most of the other main characters were animals who do live in snowy areas. The snow goose gets its name from its colouring and spends more time in warmer areas.
I heard that all polar bears were left-handed. Have you heard that too? Well, it's not true, they use both hands, but it'd be fun if they were left-handed and we gave them right-handed things to use like scissors or guitars (cos polar bears use those every day).
In the show, Lars is seen riding on the back of Daddy or other characters. It is good he is only a baby because male polar bears grow up to be on average 545 kilos/1201 pounds, which is super-duper heavy. The average cat weighs about 5 kilos/11pounds, so that is over 100 cats!