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Inuit family eating traditional foods at a Birthday party in Qaanaaq. N.W.Greenland.
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Eskimo whale hunters cut lumps of skin & blubber, muktuk, from a Bowhead Whale Point Hope. Alaska
QQ.1799-01
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Kigutikak Duneq dressed in caribou skin, uses a large knife to cut a piece of Maktaaq (whale skin) to eat. Qaanaaq. Thule. Northwest Greenland
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Hunters from the Yupik Eskimo village of New Chaplino, snack on fresh Muktuk (whale skin) while butchering the carcass of a grey whale that will provide food for the whole community. Checheykiyum Strait. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East
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Artiom Yakovlev, a hunter from the Yupik Eskimo village of New Chaplino, snacks on fresh Muktuk (whale skin) while helping to butcher the carcass of a grey whale that will provide food for the whole community. Checheykiyum Strait. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East
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Villagers from the native Yupik village of New Chaplino eating a traditional meal of whale meat & muktuk (whale skin)outside at a camp in the summer. Senyavinsky Strait. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region of Chukotka. Russian Far East
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Inuit hunters handle frozen muktuk (whale skin) to store on meat rack. Northwest Greenland.
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Inuit hunter eating muktuk (whale skin) from a Narwhal. The skin is a great source of vitamins, and is a delicacy. N.W. Greenland.
QQ.9867-05
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Inuit family eating traditional foods at a Birthday party in Qaanaaq. N.W.Greenland.
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Polar bear with Beluga muktuk (skin) amongst ice floes. Spitsbergen.
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© Polar Odyssey
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Polar bear burying Beluga muktuk (skin) amongst ice floes. Spitsbergen.
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Polar bear with the remains of a beluga kill, with Ivory and Glaucous gull ready to scavenge. Spitsbergen.
QQ.0295-25
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Qulutanguaq, an Inuit man from Thule in Northwest Greenland, eating muktuk (whale skin).
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An Inuit hunter trimming fat from whale skin after a Narwhal hunt at Qeqertat. Thule, Northwest Greenland.
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Muktuk. In this case the skin from a Narwhal, a layer of black & white skin, one of gristle and then blubber.
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A table of traditional North Greenlandic foods. Thule, N.W. Greenland.
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Inuit sharing a meal of muktuk (whale skin) & raw
meat by a new cooker. Moriussaq, N.W.Greenland
   

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