Today should be the last day that evidence will be heard at an inquest into the death of a teenager from Salisbury who was killed by a polar bear.
Horatio Chappel was on an expedition in Norway when the animal attacked him in August 2011.
The inquest has heard how the trip wire system that was meant to scare off the bears was not good enough.
The trip leader, who shot dead the polar bear, also told the inquest how his rifle failed to fire when the animal began to attack the group.
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