The victim was seriously wounded in his tent near the town Longyearbyen in Norway. Others opened fire on the bear after the attack on the Svalbard archipelago, which has seen six fatal maulings

Polar bear _ Credit: jo Crebbin / Shutterstock

The victim was put up on throughout the nighttime at a camping area close to town Longyearbyen in Norway, approximately 1,300 kilometers (800 kilometers ) from the North Pole. He had been seriously hurt in his tent and also died soon after.

The others started a fire to the bear after found dead from the neighborhood airport car park. It employs a few polar bear sightings within the region. The catastrophe happened about the Svalbard archipelago, located between southern Norway and the North Pole.

Its 2,600 residents have been advised to bear a weapon out metropolitan areas, and also the spot has listed six fatal polar bear strikes. The bear had been shot dead after murdering Horatio Chapple, 17, by Salisbury.

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His parents believed that he’d have a pencil flare, an operating trip cable around the camp, and also a weapon readily available to a visit pioneer in the event there is an attack.

Polar Bear _ Credit: Vaclav Sebek / Shutterstock

The bear had been shot dead after murdering Horatio Chapple, 17, by Salisbury. His parents believed that he’d have a pencil flare, an operating trip cable around the camp, and also a weapon readily available to a visit pioneer in the event there is an attack.

Even the Dean of Salisbury, the Most Reverend June Osborne, said throughout his funeral “Horatio was a unique child who certainly had a stylish soul of adventure and bravery.

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“His departure isn’t only terrible for his loved ones but has educated us most of the slenderness of this ribbon that divides life from death and the suddenness with which it could be broken.

“His funeral at Salisbury Cathedral celebrated his lifetime allowed us to emphasize his perishing, whilst approving us of the matters that give us hope when confronted with such regret”

Source: Dailymail

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