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RC.3007-14
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The head of a butchered walrus lies on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-15
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Hunters butchering a walrus on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-16
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Knives & a sharpening stone lie on the carcass of a walrus being butchered by hunters on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-17
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Hunters butchering a walrus on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-18
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Hunters butchering a walrus on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-19
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Hunters butchering a walrus on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-20
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RC.3007-20
Hunters butchering a walrus on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-21
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RC.3007-21
A hunter with blood covered hands, sharpens his knife on a stone while butchering a walrus on the beach at the Yupik Eskimo village of Sireniki. Beringia National Park, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-22
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RC.3007-22
Valery Kavaugye, a Yupik hunter from Sireniki, sewing a bag from fresh walrus skin (Tuktyk). He will fill it with fresh walrus meat & bury it under stones & leave it to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-23
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RC.3007-23
Valery Kavaugye (foreground), a Yupik hunter from Sireniki, sewing a bag from fresh walrus skin (Tuktyk). He will fill it with fresh walrus meat & bury it under stones & leave it to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-24
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RC.3007-24
Valery Kavaugye (foreground), a Yupik hunter from Sireniki, sewing a bag from fresh walrus skin (Tuktyk). He will fill it with fresh walrus meat & bury it under stones & leave it to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-25
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RC.3007-25
Valery Kavaugye (foreground), a Yupik hunter from Sireniki, sewing a bag from fresh walrus skin (Tuktyk). He will fill it with fresh walrus meat & bury it under stones & leave it to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-26
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RC.3007-26
A Yupik hunter from Sireniki, sewing a bag from fresh walrus skin (Tuktyk). He will fill it with fresh walrus meat & bury it under stones & leave it to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-27
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RC.3007-27
A bag sewn from the skin of a freshly killed walrus (Tukhtyk), is filled with fresh walrus meat. It will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-28
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RC.3007-28
Bags sewn from the skin of a freshly killed walrus (Tukhtyk), is filled with fresh walrus meat. They will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-29
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RC.3007-29
A bag sewn from the skin of a freshly killed walrus (Tukhtyk), is filled with fresh walrus meat. It will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-30
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RC.3007-30
A Yupik hunter from Sireniki, sewing a bag from fresh walrus skin (Tuktyk). which is filled with walrus meat & will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-31
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RC.3007-31
A bag sewn from the skin of a freshly killed walrus (Tukhtyk), is filled with fresh walrus meat. It will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-32
© B&C Alexander
RC.3007-32
A bag sewn from the skin of a freshly killed walrus (Tukhtyk), is filled with fresh walrus meat. It will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
RC.3007-33
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RC.3007-33
A bag sewn from the skin of a freshly killed walrus (Tukhtyk), is filled with fresh walrus meat. It will be buried under stones & left to ferment for several months. This fermented walrus meat is a local Yupik Eskimo delicacy known as 'Iqway'. Sireniki, Providensky Region, Chukotka, Russian Far East.
QQ.0743-30
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QQ.0743-30
Inuit hunter, Ituko, cuts up walrus meat to feed to his huskies. Northwest Greenland.
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Inuit hunter, Ituko, cuts up walrus meat to feed to his huskies. Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0159-32
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Qaavigannguaq, an Inuit hunter, chops up frozen walrus meat to feed to his dogs on a hunting trip.
N. W. Greenland
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Qaavigannguaq, an Inuit hunter, loads old frozen walrus meat on to his sled to feed to his dogs on a hunting trip.
N. W. Greenland

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