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Massacre of polar bears by ‘trophy hunters’ on remote Arctic island
By The Siberian Times reporter
04 August 2017
The skulls of the polar bears had been removed in a way that is consistent with trophy hunters. Picture: Russian Centre for Arctic Exploration
The carcasses and used gun cartridges were found by members of an ecological clean-up team sent to the remote territory.
Summer thawing meant the polar bear remains became visible.
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