A mother and her one-year-old son killed by a polar bear in a remote whaling village in Alaska have been identified.
Summer Myomick, 24, and her baby boy Clyde Ongtowasruk were leaving a school in the coastal community of Wales on Tuesday when they were attacked.
The bear, which had already chased after several residents, was shot and killed while it was mauling the mother and son.
Myomick was also mother to a three-year-old girl, Avatia, who has been left in the care of her father Clyde Sr.
Wales is a remote community on the westernmost tip of North America and about 50 miles from Russia. The mother and her son were the first people to have been killed by a polar bear in Alaska since 1990.
Summer Myomick (left), 24, and her one-year-old son were fatally mauled by a polar bear in a remote village in Alaska. She is pictured here with the baby’s father Clyde Sr. (right)
One-year-old Clyde Ongtowasruk was leaving a local school with his mother when the pair were…