Bears Inuit hunter killed in the Arctic by a polar bear

An Inuit hunter, who left with two friends hunting Arctic caribou and narwhals, died after being attacked by a polar bear, the Canadian Federal Police announced on Tuesday.

Significant relief resources had been deployed, including army planes and a coast guard icebreaker, to locate the three men from the Inuit village of Naujaat, northeastern Nunavut, who were missing since Sunday.

Rescuers finally located Tuesday the three men on White Island: -One of the hunters was dead and the other two had minor injuries,- the RCMP said in a statement.

-The preliminary investigation revealed that one of the hunters had been attacked by a polar bear,- the Canadian police noted, noting that the search was complicated by the -ice blocking the progress- of the rescuers.

An Inuit hunter, who left with two friends hunting Arctic caribou and narwhals, died after being attacked by a polar bear, the Canadian Federal Police announced on Tuesday.

Significant relief resources had been deployed, including army planes and a coast guard icebreaker, to locate the three men from the Inuit village of Naujaat, northeastern Nunavut, missing since Sunday. north of Hudson Bay.

Rescuers finally located Tuesday the three men on White Island: -One of the hunters was dead and the other two had minor injuries,- the RCMP said in a statement.

-The preliminary investigation revealed that one of the hunters had been attacked by a polar bear,- the Canadian police noted, noting that the search was complicated by the -ice blocking the progress- of the rescuers.

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