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This story about a 110,000 year old Polar Bear jawbone. The jawbone was found in the Arctic on the Svalbard peninsula.A recently-released film adaptation of an equally popular book called “The Golden Compass” (or “Northern Lights” in the UK) in which a polar bear has his jaw ripped off in a land called Svalbard.Spooooky. 

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