Later, he was found and killed by the local autorities. “It was going for my head. I used my hands to protect my head,” Jakub Moravec told to the media. But the polar bear was clawing his back before being driven away.Fotunatelyt this time, Mr Moravec was fine and hoped to be discharged from hospital soon. He was in that place to watch the solar eclipse. Lodging on Svalbard has been sold out for years ahead for this event. However, “both the weather conditions and the bears can be very dangerous,” appreciated after de incident Aksel Bilicz, manager of the Longyearbyen hospital.