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The Norse poets from medieval Scandinavia said polar bears had the strength of 12 men and the wit of 11. They referred to them with the following names White Sea Deer; The Seal's Dread; The Rider of Icebergs; The Whale's Bane; The Sailor of the Floe. Formidable Foe takes his name from inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense and capable.
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