A polar bear was resting near the dogs for about 3 hours when Michael decided to call me to have my opinion, before going ashore to feed them. Around me, in Dijon's auditorium, listening to me talking about pack ice, polar bear and rifle, people were looking stupefied! Then all went fine: he could take pictures of the animal from less than 40m, the dogs were fed and the polar bear was gone before night. Michael is still thinking about bringing the dogs closer to the boat, in order to be sure to hear them if they bark, especially if the wind is strong. Sea ice is slowly setting up, but dry suit is still necessary to go to shore.