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Fatal polar bear attack in Svalbard unfairly blamed on lack of sea ice

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A polar bear attacked a camping site Friday in Norway’s remote Svalbard Islands, killing a 38-year-old Dutch man before being shot and killed by onlookers, authorities on the Arctic island said.

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