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Building an igloo with hard snow & a big knife to cut blocks. Churchill. Canada. Northern lights, the Aurora Borealis over the Taiga. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Northern lights, the Aurora Borealis, over the Taiga. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.
Northern lights, the Aurora Borealis, over the taiga. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Aurora Borealis spirals over Boreal Forest. Churchill. Manitoba. Canada Northern lights, the Aurora Borealis over the Taiga. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.
Aurora Borealis spirals over Boreal Forest. Churchill. Manitoba. Canada A team of huskies in tandem hitch run by the edge of boreal forest. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. A team of huskies in tandem hitch run by the edge of boreal forest. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay, Canada Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay. Canada. Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay. Canada.
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay. Canada. Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay, Canada Fort Prince of Wales built in mid 18th C. at the mouth of the Churchill River. Hudson Bay, Canada.
Aerial view of Canadian Shield near Hudson Bay. Canada. Caribou migrating across the tundra in summer. Hudson Bay Canada. Caribou migrating across the tundra in summer. Hudson Bay Canada.
Caribou migrating across the tundra in summer. Hudson Bay Canada. Caribou crossing a lake while migrating in summer near Hudson Bay. Canada Caribou crossing a lake while migrating in summer near Hudson Bay. Canada
Caribou crossing a lake while migrating in summer near Hudson Bay. Canada Caribou migrating across the tundra in summer. Hudson Bay, Canada Caribou migrating across the summer tundra near Hudson Bay, Canada.
The Beluga whale a resident of Arctic waters can grow to 5 metres in length The Beluga whale a resident of Arctic waters can grow to 5 metres in length.

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