Confrontations between humans and polar bears in Svalbard
Svalbard is the collective name for the group of Norwegian islands situated between longitudes 10" and 35"E and between latitudes 74" and 81"N. The islands have a total landmass of about 62,000 km'. National parks and nature reserves occupy 44% of Svalbard's land area.
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