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In 1990, Japanese photographer Michio Hoshino hired Alaskan native Lynn Schooler to help him film humpback whales in Glacier Bay. The two, whose friendship grew, often spoke about the near-extinct glacier bear, so-called for its granite-coloured fur. Together, the two men searched to capture the blue bear on film, an obsession which cost Hoshino his life. Finally after 8 years Schooler finally found and photographed the elusive creature.