My little son is due to make a small brochure about the polar bear according to his kindergarten teacher's arrangement.
He intends to name the brochure "Polar Bear: the Hunters on Ice".
I, however, think it somewhat inaccurate to call a polar bear a "hunter". The predatory ways of the ursus species are different from those of top feline animals such as tigers and lions which are more usually called "hunters".
I am unsure as to what the most correct way to refer to polar bears might be. "Preyers on ice"? "Arctic predators"? Is there something more appropriate to call them?