Try the ball parks: Wrigley Field (Cubs), or U.S. Cellular Field (Sox).
it started at the beginning of the 2007 year
adult polar bears are 7 feet long and cubs are 3 feet long
The started in 1945 when a man brought his goat into the stadium during the first round of the world series. He was later kicked out by Mr. Wrigley himself because people were complaining. When he was leaving the man and i quote said, " The cubs ain't going to win no more, the Cubs will never win a World Series as long as the Goat is not allowed in Wrigley Field. The Cubs ain't gona win no more, The Cubs will never win another
No not all polar bear cubs survive the harsh long winter.
Cubs stay with their mothers for two to three years.For a couple years at the most.
The distance it'll take someone to get from Midway Airport all the way to Wrigley Field in time is at least 30 minutes whereas the actual distance in miles is 15.80.
They haven't won in over 100 years. It's a futile franchise. They had been trying to sell it for a long time. They sold it for around $870 mill.
Around two years, the mother will teach the cubs how to hunt and survive in the icey cold conditions.
The 1932 Final score was: Chicago Bears-9 < 0-Portsmouth Spartans It was played on an 80-yard long field of dirt that a circus had just left from 5 days before that, because of a blizzard over Wrigley Field, so they had to bring it indoors.
In most bears, cubs leave their mother before age two.Yes and No. They stay with there mom until they are at least 2 years old thats when they leave.
Polar bears are pregnant for nine months after which they usually have 1 or sometimes 2 cubs.