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Reindeer shelter inside a smokey shed to get away from mosquitoes at a Selkup near Bistrinka. Purovsky, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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Stella Piak, A Forest Nenets girl, peers through the mosquito net at the entrance to her family's tent. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
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Two swan's wings bound together and used as a fan by the Khanty people in the summer to drive mosquitoes out of their tent. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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Using a head net is essential protection from mosquitoes & black flies during the summer in Siberia.
RY.0815-08
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Stella Piak, A Forest Nenets girl, peers through the mosquito net at the entrance to her family's tent. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0815-09
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RY.0815-09
Stella Piak, A Forest Nenets girl, peers through the mosquito net at the entrance to her family's tent. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.0815-15
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RY.0815-15
Stella Piak, A Forest Nenets girl, peers through the mosquito net at the entrance to her family's tent. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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Smoke from a fire helps reduce the mosquitoes around a group of reindeer at their summer pastures in Piltun Bay. Sakhalin Island, Russian Far East. 2006
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Smoke from a fire helps reduce the mosquitoes around reindeer at their summer pastures in Piltun Bay. Sakhalin Island, Russian Far East. 2006
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Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of Goose droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
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SZ.6014-10
Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway

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