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Bill Schmoker: "While stopped for a CTD cast a polar bear approached from far out and walked along the Healy about 100 meters away before swimming across an open lead and continuing to patrol into the distance." Aboard the USCGC Healy icebreaker in the Beaufort Sea.

Approx. Coordinates: 72.4931, -140.8672

Credit: Photo by Bill Schmoker (PolarTREC 2010), Courtesy of ARCUS

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