Thursday evening, after the storm, we saw a polar bear on the icepack deformations study area... A GPS antenna broken, and a battery up side down. Today, the 2 scientists saw another polar bear interested by the same seismic recorder, the northern one, when there are 7 of them! This second polar bear, bigger according to the tracks, displaced the recorder and the battery, he cut the GPS antenna cable, and he even dug out 2 seismometers from the icepack. After all, damages are not too serious, and sensors recorded the steps of the polar bears on the icepack, probably original. Tomorrow, the seismic network will be packed, the experiment is finishing.