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860-290897 - Northern lights over Angmagssalik Fjord near settlement Kuummiit (formerly spelled Kummiut). Ammassalik area in East Greenland. North America, Greenland, Danish Territorrry
860-290909 - Northern Giant Petrel or Hall's Giant Petrel (Macronectes halli) soaring over the waves of the South Atlantic near South Georgia. Antarctica, Subantarctica, South Georgia, October
746-91264 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-90936 - Sled dog during winter in Uummannaq in the north west of Greenland. Dog teams are still draft animals for the fishermen of the villages and stay all winter on the sea ice of the fjord. North America, Greenland, Denmark
746-91279 - Sled dogs are guided through difficult terrain. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91208 - Northern lights over the Mother of the sea, Sassuma Arnaa - a legendary figure in Inuit culture. Sculpure by Christian Rosing in the colonial harbour Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotory
746-91376 - Sled dog in the northwest of Greenland during winter on the sea ice of the frozen Melville Bay. Kullorsuaq, a traditional greenlandic inuit settlement in the Melville Bay. America, North America, Greenland, Denmark
746-90937 - Sled dog during winter in Uummannaq in the north west of Greenland. Dog teams are still draft animals for the fishermen of the villages and stay all winter on the sea ice of the fjord. North America, Greenland, Denmark
746-91210 - Mother of the sea, Sassuma Arnaa - a legendary figure in Inuit culture. Sculpure by Christian Rosing in the colonial harbour Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotory
746-91265 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91257 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91261 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91266 - Watching a breathing hole of a seal. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91374 - Sled dog in the northwest of Greenland during winter on the sea ice of the frozen Melville Bay. Kullorsuaq, a traditional greenlandic inuit settlement in the Melville Bay. America, North America, Greenland, Denmark
746-91209 - Mother of the sea, Sassuma Arnaa - a legendary figure in Inuit culture. Sculpure by Christian Rosing in the colonial harbour Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotory
746-91280 - Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91267 - Watching a breathing hole of a seal. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91268 - Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur is making his camp on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91263 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91260 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91278 - Jumping on the sledge. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91281 - Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91259 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91262 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91270 - Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur is making his camp on the sea ice of the Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
746-91375 - Sled dog in the northwest of Greenland during winter on the sea ice of the frozen Melville Bay. Kullorsuaq, a traditional greenlandic inuit settlement in the Melville Bay. America, North America, Greenland, Denmark
746-91258 - Harvesting a seal from a trap underneath the sea ice. Inuit hunter wearing traditional trousers and boots made from polar bear fur, Melville Bay near Kullorsuaq in North Greenland. North America, danish teritorry
1350-6264 - A group of dolphins (Delphinus delphis) create a network of air bubbles to trap a small group of sardines before launching the attack. Photo taken during south african sardine run, an event taking place yearly between May and July, when millions of sardines lay their eggs in the cold waters of the Agulhas shoal and then move north along the eastern coast of South Africa, being chased and hunted by dolphins, sharks, whales and birds.