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RY.2107-01
© B&C Alexander
RY.2107-01
Nenya Vanuito, a young Nenets girl, wearing a traditional hat with fur trim at a winter camp near Tambey. Yamal Peninsula, Western Siberia, Russia.
ANT0703-02
© B&C Alexander
ANT0703-02
Rockhopper Penguin portrait, red beak and eye with yellow crest. New Island. Falkland Islands.
CM.0022-27
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CM.0022-27
White coated baby Harp Seal on the sea ice. Canadian Maritimes. Canada.
REV0028-05
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REV0028-05
In the cold of winter, Andrei Dulubchin, an Evenk man warms his nose with his reindeer skin mitten. Evenkiya, Siberia, Russia.
RY.2604-22
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RY.2604-22
Olesya Serotetto, a Nenets woman from a reindeer herding family, checks the eyes of a patient with a non-contact Tonometer, while working as a nurse in the hospital in Yar-Sale. Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
TJ.1011-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.1011-00
Giant Petrel feeding frenzy as they tuck into a dead seal. South Georgia.
TJ.1012-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.1012-00
Giant Petrel feeding frenzy as they tuck into a dead seal. South Georgia.
GE.0040-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0040-00
Walrus feeding on clams buried in the sand under the sea. The Arctic.
ANT1941-01
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ANT1941-01
Distincive icicle fronted caves in an iceberg look like eyes. Antarctica
ANT1941-02
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ANT1941-02
Distincive icicle fronted caves in a tabular iceberg look like eyes. Antarctica
ANT1941-21
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ANT1941-21
Weddell Seal watches. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-22
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ANT1941-22
Weddell Seal watches. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-23
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-23
Weddell Seal on ice. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-24
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ANT1941-24
Weddell Seal on ice. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-25
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-25
Weddell Seal on ice. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-26
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ANT1941-26
Weddell Seal on ice in profile. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-27
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ANT1941-27
Weddell Seal on ice. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-28
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-28
Weddell Seal on ice. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
ANT1941-29
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-29
Weddell Seal dives from iceberg ice. They can dive down 2,000ft and stay submerged for up to an hour. Antarctica
TJ.0526-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0526-00
Large male Polar Bear stands at the floe edge with his eyes shut. Svalbard. Arctic Norway
ANT1914-03
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ANT1914-03
Portrait of an immature Wandering Albatross in flight. Southern Ocean.
FT.0273-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0273-00
Close up of an Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae. Antarctica.
RY.0802-05
© B&C Alexander
RY.0802-05
Arkhip Laptander, a Nenets reindeer herder from the Yamal Peninsula. Western Siberia, Russia
SIG1002-00
© Arctic Images
SIG1002-00
Left hand jaw and eye of a dead, harpooned Fin whale at the Hvalfjordur Whaling station Iceland.

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