A bunch of British students camping in Norway, were attacked by polar bear.
The attack killed a 17-year-old boy and injured four other teens.
The trips organizer, the British Schools Exploring Society, said two of the wounded were hospitalized with severe injuries and that campers were part of a trip of 80 people, most of them between 16 and 23.
Members of the expedition were spending either 3 or 5 weeks in the Arctic, and had each paid between $3,280 - $4,900 to join the trip.
The place in Norway where the attack happened is home to about 2,400 people and 3,000 polar bears.
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