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QQ.0539-10
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QQ.0539-10
Mesauna, an Inuit hunter in his kayak pursues a pod of narwhals. N.W.Greenland.
QQ.0542-37
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QQ.0542-37
Itukusuk, An Inuit hunter, pursues a pod of Narwhals in his kayak in Inglefield Bay.
Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0549-13
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0549-13
Mikile, An Inuit hunter, flensing a dead narwhal hunted near Qeqertat.
N.W. Greenland
HAP0903-25
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HAP0903-25
An 1868 engraved print of a Greenland Inuit hunter 'spearing a narwhal'.
GE.0086-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0086-00
Male Narwhal with a long tooth in Arctic waters, Aerial picture.
GE.0087-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0087-00
Male Narwhal with a long tooth in Arctic waters, Aerial picture.
GE.0080-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0080-00
A pod of 5 male Narwhals, their single, unicorn like teeth clearly visible below water. The Arctic
GE.0064-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0064-00
Group of male Narwhals with their distinctive spiral single tooth, seen from the air. Canadian Arctic
QQ.0900-02
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QQ.0900-02
A rare double-toothed Narwhal skull. Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0292-11
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QQ.0292-11
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.0284-36
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QQ.0284-36
Inuit hunters butcher a Narwhal. By law Narwhal must be hunted using a kayak & a harpoon. Northwest Greenland
QQ.0322-21
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QQ.0322-21
Inuit hunter, Jakob Petersen, stands proudly holding a seven foot Narwhal tusk. Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0319-00
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QQ.0319-00
A harpooned narwhal in its death throes during a hunt by Inuit. Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0319-01
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0319-01
A harpooned narwhal in its death throes during a hunt by Inuit. Northwest Greenland.
QQ.7785-01
© B&C Alexander
QQ.7785-01
Inuit hunter prepares to butcher a male Narwhal on the shore. Qeqertat. NW Greenland.
QQ.0297-32
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QQ.0297-32
An Inuit hunter trimming fat from whale skin after a Narwhal hunt at Qeqertat. Thule, Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0324-16
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QQ.0324-16
Inuit hunter cleans Narwhal tusk. A large one in good condition will fetch a high price at the local Trading Store. Thule, Northwest Greenland.
QQ.7799-42
© B&C Alexander
QQ.7799-42
Inuit butcher two narwhals on the beach at Qeqertat, they have been harooned from Kayaks. Northwest Greenland
QQ.7799-02
© B&C Alexander
QQ.7799-02
A dead narwhal kept a float with a couple of avataqs (sealskin float), watched by a hunter in a kayak. Qeqertat. Thule, Northwest Greenland.
BA.9931-07
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BA.9931-07
The altar and sled altar rails & a cross made from two narwhal tusks, together with Inuit wall hanging inside the church at Iqaluit. Nunavut, Canada.
QQ.0534-16
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0534-16
Close up of Narwhal in water showing its ivory tooth.
Northwest Greenland
QQ.0534-21
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0534-21
Dead Narwhal in the water, which has been harpooned by Inuit hunters in kayaks.
Northwest Greenland.
Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0548-18
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0548-18
Dead Narwhal (male). It has been harpooned.
Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0549-10
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0549-10
Mikile, An Inuit hunter, flensing a dead narwhal hunted near Qeqertat.
N.W. Greenland

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