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Polar bear's reindeer kill triggers debate over changing diet

Straits Times 28 Nov 2021
With sea ice melting, the king of the Arctic may be changing its diet ... "I suspect that given the trend, the Barents Sea polar bear population - which includes Svalbard - is one that will disappear this century.".
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Rare hunting scene raises questions over polar bear diet

Urdu Point 28 Nov 2021
With sea ice melting, the king of the Arctic may be changing its diet ... the retreating sea ice is stranding the bears on land for longer ... "I suspect that given the trend, the Barents Sea polar bear population -- which includes Svalbard -- is one that will disappear this century.".
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Unusual polar bear scene raises questions over diet

Taipei Times 28 Nov 2021
With sea ice melting, the king of the Arctic might be changing its diet ... In summer, the sea ice retreats and takes with it the seals that make up the polar bear’s main source of food ... “I suspect that given the trend, the Barents Sea polar bear population — which includes Svalbard — is one that will disappear this century.”.
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Rare hunting scene raises questions over polar bear dietWith sea ice melting, the king of ...

Deccan Herald 28 Nov 2021
With sea ice melting, the king of the Arctic may be changing its diet ... the retreating sea ice is stranding the bears on land for longer ... "I suspect that given the trend, the Barents Sea polar bear population -- which includes Svalbard -- is one that will disappear this century.".
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Russia starts full-scale production of its 'unstoppable' 6,670mph Zircon hypersonic missile as Moscow boasts it ...

The Daily Mail 27 Nov 2021
The Zircon (Tsirkon) hypersonic missile was successfully fired at a ground target on the coast of the Barents Sea on July 19, 2021. RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Two Barges Run Aground in Barents Sea - Russian Prosecutor's Office

Urdu Point 25 Nov 2021
... of the Barents Sea, Russia's northwestern transport prosecutor's office said in a statement.
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Sudden Freeze-Up Disrupts Supply Chain on Russia's Northern Sea Route

The Maritime Executive 25 Nov 2021
The quickly accumulating sea-ice on the Northern Sea Route is creating a potentially critical situation along Russia’s east Arctic coast. For several weeks, a number of ships have been trapped in thick sea-ice ... Trubin, Polar King and Arshenevsky were located in the Kara Sea awaiting icebreaker assistance to their destinations.
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Retired Russian admiral points finger at NATO for Kursk submarine disaster

Hong Kong Standard 24 Nov 2021
Vyacheslav Popov, who was the commander of Russia’s Northern Fleet when the Kursk exploded and sank during naval maneuvers in the Barents Sea, charged in an interview released Monday that the NATO submarine inadvertently bumped into the Kursk while shadowing it at close distance. .
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Fishing: North Atlantic Enhanced Edition - Release Trailer

IGN Insider 24 Nov 2021
Fishing ... Fishing. North Atlantic, the fishing simulator game sequel to Fishing. Barents Sea, is set off the coast of Nova Scotia, where the ocean is boundless, unpredictable, and teeming with tuna, swordfish, succulent scallops, and crawly crustaceans ... Be sure to study those maps carefully ... .
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Several ships trapped in ice after Arctic sea freezes early near Russia

The Independent 23 Nov 2021
Ice up to 30cm thick has formed across most of the Laptev Sea and East Siberian seas, according to the Barents Sea Observer, a ...
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Russian admiral: Kursk disaster caused by NATO sub

Beaumont Enterprise 22 Nov 2021
Retired Vyacheslav Popov, who was the commander of Russia's Northern Fleet when the Kursk exploded and sank during naval maneuvers in the Barents Sea, charged in an interview released Monday that the NATO submarine inadvertently bumped into the Kursk while shadowing it at close distance.
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NATO submarine caused Kursk sinking that killed 118 Russian sailors, ex-admiral claims

Russia Today 22 Nov 2021
The catastrophic sinking of the Russian nuclear-powered Kursk submarine more than two decades ago was the result of a collision with a stricken NATO vessel in the Barents Sea, a former high-ranking navy chief has insisted ... Russian military exercises in the Barents Sea at the time.
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Early Arctic sea freeze traps 18 ships in ice near Russia

The Times/The Sunday Times 22 Nov 2021
However, ice up to 30cm thick has already formed across most of the Laptev Sea and East Siberian seas, according to the Barents Sea Observer, a ...
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Kursk Submarine Disaster Caused by Collision With NATO Sub - Retired Admiral

Urdu Point 22 Nov 2021
Kursk sank on August 12, 2000 during naval drills in the Barents sea, with all 118 crew members having died in the accident.
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Kremlin Not Commenting on Alternative Versions of Kursk Submarine Disaster

Urdu Point 22 Nov 2021
Kursk sank during naval drills in the Barents Sea, and all 118 crew members died in the accident. The officially-recognized cause of the tragedy was a torpedo explosion ... ....
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