The search for the Andree expedition to the North Pole In a Swedish explorer named Salomon Andree made an attempt to reach the North Pole by balloon Together with two colleagues Dr Nils Strindberg and Knut Fraenkel he took off from Spitzbergen but the balloon was forced down onto the ice by the weight of ice accumulating on the outside of the balloon in a freezing fog Rescue attempts failed to find the missing explorers whose bodies were not located until Theories as to how they died include exposure the effects of eating infected polar bear meat or carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty stove Here the captain of the whaler Thistle is being shown the body of one of the carrier pigeons Andree had taken with him
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