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We visited Coningham Bay, Nunavut, Canada as part of a voyage through the Northwest Passage. There we saw more than 20 polar bears, including cubs. They were there to hunt beluga whales which would come close to the shore to scrub their skins on the rocks to aid their moult. We saw several beluga carcasses along the shoreline.

In its element - hunting seals on the sea ice off the coast of Baffin Island.

Spot the bear! Why they can be so dangerous to us and their prey. Almost invisible behind the piled ice.

Near the end of a voyage from Bergen, Norway to Longyearbyen, Svalbard we came across this lone bear wandering along the cliffs.