Polar Bear Hunting
I don't know if this is true or not but I have heard that when the Inuit Eskimos hunted polar bears, one technique was that they would dig a hole in the snow or ice, one hunter would lie in the hole with a spear and wait for the polar bear to come. Meanwhile, the other hunter used himself as bait for a polar bear and gets the polar bear to chase him towards the first hunter in the hole, he leaps over the hole and the first hunter then prepared his spear to kill the animal as it falls in the hole. Sounds pretty risky to me but... who knows?
There is another method that my Dad told me about to catch a polar bear. This technique happens like this. First you cut a big hole in the ice, you open a can of sweet peas and place the peas all around the hole that you have cut in the ice. Now you wait for a polar bear to come, which it will. Then, when the polar bear comes to take a pea, you kick him in the icehole. Sounds pretty risky to me but... who knows?
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