Kill a polar bear for $35,000

| 20/03/2009

(The Independent): Boyd Warner treasures the memory of killing his first polar bear. It was 2003. For days he had stalked his prey on the frozen wastelands north of Pond Inlet, one of Canada’s most isolated Inuit communities deep inside the Arctic Circle. His dog team picked up the scent of an eight-foot adult male and they hurtled over the ice: the hunt was on. "It was one of those beautiful Arctic days," recalled Mr Warner. "We’d had about 14 hours of sunlight and were completely surrounded by nature."

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