Toxic Threat Reaches Remote Arctic Island

You might think few Arctic locales are more isolated from the rest of the world than Bear Island, which sits about midway between mainland Norway and the Svalbard archipelago. But since 1604, when English whalers arrived to hunt walruses, the 110-square-mile island has seen a stream of human visitors.

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