The Scotsman reports on this frightening development:
SCIENTISTS have been stunned by the discovery of a shark that had eaten a polar bear.
Part of the jaw of a young polar bear was found in the stomach of a Greenland shark in Svalbard, northern Norway.
Kit Kovacs, of the Norwegian Polar Institute, said: “We’ve never heard of this before.
“We don’t know how it got there. We can’t say whether or not the shark took a swimming young bear or ate a carcase.
“We don’t know how active these sharks are as predators.”
But perhaps these sharks could prove a valuable ally in the coming struggle against the Panzerbjørn? Our government must take steps to open diplomatic channels as soon as possible.