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Researchers Witness Record-breaking Polar Bear Dive

Polar bears are known for diving below the surface to hunt for food, but researchers recently witnessed an extended dive. Researchers were near Norway when they saw a polar dive for three minutes and 10 seconds, beating the previous record of approximately two minutes. The polar bear was hunting a group of bearded seal that it was unable to reach via the ice.

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