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On the tracks of the Arctic pack ice king
The Polar Bear is the most powerful carnivore in the world; Inuits were inspired by its hunting techniques. It is perfectly adapted to the inhospitable environment of the North Pole; it can swim and run for days. Its fat reserves allow this large consumer of ringed seals to stay a long time without feeding. The pack ice melts earlier and faster each year, forcing it to travel greater distances to follow the ice.
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