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1,652 kilograms is about three times as heavy as a Polar Bear
In other words, it's 3.20 times the weight of a Polar Bear, and the weight of a Polar Bear is 0.3130 times that amount.
(Ursus maritimus) (adult, male)
An adult, male polar bear weighs between 352 and 680 kg. Polar bears are so heavily insulated by their 9.9 cm (3.9 in) layer of blubber that they are often difficult to detect using infrared photography sensors.
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