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RY.2101-02
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Pyotr & Edik Seratetto, young Nenets men, checking their fishing net set under the sea ice to catch Muksun. Seyakha, Yamal Peninsula, Western Siberia
RY.2101-06
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RY.2101-06
Wearing traditional reindeer skin Malitsa (tunic) & boots, Edik Seratetto, a young Nenets man, carrying Muksun he has caught in a net set under the sea ice. Seyakha, Yamal Peninsula, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0608-12
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RY.0608-12
Timophey Salinder with a large Nelma (white Salmon) he caught at Syuneysale. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia
RV.0105-19
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Lena Slepsova, an Evenk girl from Kusur holding a frozen Nelma (white salmon) N.Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. 2001
RWS0152-13
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Nyaluku, a Nenets woman cooking fish inside her tent at a summer fishing camp. Yamal, W.Siberia, Russia.
RWS0157-18
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RWS0157-18
Valla, a Nenets woman, cleaning fish (muksun) at a summer camp.Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia.
RWS0159-08
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Nenets men hauling a fish net with a catch of Muksun near the mouth of the River Ob.Yamal, W.Siberia, Russia
QQ.9867-13
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QQ.9867-13
Inuit family eating traditional foods at a Birthday party in Qaanaaq. N.W.Greenland.
RY.0141-16
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RY.0141-16
Aleksey Serotetto, a Nenets boy, proudly holds up a Whitefish that he has caught in a tundra lake. Yamal. Siberia. Russia.
BA.9269-24
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BA.9269-24
Uirngut, an Inuit woman, uses her ulu to prepare Arctic Char for drying.Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1992
BA.0927-04
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BA.0927-04
Nutarariaq, an Inuit hunter, with his catch of Arctic Char and Lake Trout. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada.
BA.0941-18
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Aipilik, an Inuit hunter, jigging for polar cod though a hole in the ice.Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada
RY.0902-17
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RY.0902-17
Forest Nenets men prepare to set a fishing net under the ice on a frozen river in the Purovsky region of the Yamal. Western Siberia.
RY.0902-22
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RY.0902-22
Alexei Piak, a Forest Nenets reindeer herder, feeds frozen fish to some of the reindeer at his winter camp in the Purovsky region of the Yamal. Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0903-02
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RY.0903-02
Forest Nenets men hauling up a fishing net under the ice on a frozen river in the Purovsky region of the Yamal. Western Siberia.
RY.0903-03
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RY.0903-03
A Forest Nenets man checks a fish trap on a frozen river in the Purovsky region of the Yamal. Western Siberia.
RY.0812-09
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RY.0812-09
Boris Piak, a Forest Nenets man, checking a fish trap on the Ivoseda River. Purovsky, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0812-10
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RY.0812-10
A Forest Nenets boy sits on a boat at a fish trap on the Ivoseda River. Purovsky, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0813-04
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RY.0813-04
Young Selkup fishermen unload their catch at Bistrinka. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0813-05
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RY.0813-05
A catch of Roach at the fish processing plant in Bistrinka. Purovsky, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0813-13
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RY.0813-13
Selkup fisherman working at a fish trap near Utinka. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0814-01
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RY.0814-01
Arkady Kunin, a Selkup man, carries out repair work on a traditional fish trap. Bistrinka, Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0814-10
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RY.0814-10
Selkup fishermen haul their net on the Puryakhar River near Bistrinka. Purovskiy Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0814-11
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RY.0814-11
Selkup fishermen check their fish trap on the Puryakhar River near Bistrinka. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia

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