As I boarded the flight home, I said my goodbyes to the Arctic. This land requires toughness, knowledge and good fortune. Here, man and machines do not dominate. The world belongs to nature, with her powerful forces and her permanent residents-the wolf, the seal and the polar bear.ield to take pictures. I checked the blood trail again, and the carcass. Out beyond the carcass, I got a strange sensation, as if being watched. I looked behind me twice but saw nothing. Then suddenly, I caught a brief movement between two ice blocks. Something big was coming toward me, and quickly. It was too big for a wolf or fox. Nanuq!