North of Svalbard by 82.5°N at less than 500 miles from the north pole. We discovered a 'crime scene' with a narwhal (Monodon monoceros) and a Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) caught by polar bears. Most probably the narwhal was the first to be caught. As he was blooding the shark came up and was also caught by the polar bears.
The 'crime scene'.
The narwhal's tusk was the leftover..
The meal: a narwhal and a Greenland shark.
The bear's jump. They don't like to be wet and will always avoid getting into the cold water if they can avoid it when they move from one ice floe to the other.
We found this guy after he killed a seal. He was full. We approached in a zodiac. He was quietly standing on his kill to avoid the birds stealing some leftovers.