• A young Inuit child looks out a window in Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland.
  • A musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) pelt, stretched on a wood frame, drying in the sun outside the house of an Inuit hunter in Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland.
  • A musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) pelt being prepared traditionally for use as a blanket or clothing, by scraping with an ulu to remove remaining fat tissue and congealed blood.
  • A small boat is filled with walrus and musk ox meat after a subsistence hunt by indigenous Greenlanders in remote Northwest Greenland.
  • Inuit hunters butcher an adult male musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) they have killed for food, and remove the animal's pelt.
  • The pink glow of a mid-October dawn illuminates the colorful small houses of Qaanaaq, and the newly-forming sea ice in Murchison Sound, Baffin Bay, Northwest Greenland. Qeqertarsuaq (Herbert Island) is in the distance..
  • Collecting ice to make water, Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland.
  • Inuit hunters butcher an adult male musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) they have killed for food, and remove the animal's pelt.
  • An ulu and other traditional Inuit tools for scraping animal hides and preparing leather and finished animal pelts, Northwest Greenland.
  • Inuit hunters butcher an adult male musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) they have killed for food, and remove the animal's pelt.
  • Inuit hunter Kristian Eipe wearing the tradtional clothing he uses when on a hunting expedition, in the modern setting of his home in Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland.
  • An adult male musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) tumbles down a hill in Northwest Greenland after being shot by indigenous Inuit hunters.
  • Small boats and colorful houses glow in the early morning light along the shoreline of Qaanaaq, at the edge of Murchison Sound in Baffin Bay, Northwest Greenland.
  • Small boats glow in the early morning light along the shoreline of Qaanaaq, at the edge of Murchison Sound in Baffin Bay, Northwest Greenland.
  • Strips of narwhal (Monodon monoceros) meat hanging to dry next to a small boat at the Baffin Bay shoreline in Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland.
  • Sunrise in the town of Qaanaaq, at the edge of Murchison Sound in Baffin Bay, Northwest Greenland.
  • A fishing Boat approaches the Ilulissat harbor in Disko Bay, West Greenland.
  • A Greenland sled dog puppy eating walrus meat in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • An Inuit sledge (dogsled), used for hunting with dog teams on the sea ice, lies idle near the shoreline of the unfrozen sea in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • No snow or sea ice, and a Greenland sled dog with no work to do in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • A dead sled dog in Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland.
  • The Ilulissat harbor, filled with fishing boats, in a small fjord connected to Disko Bay in West Greenland.
  • The town of Ilulissat at the edge of Disko Bay, West Greenland
  • The cemetery in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • Children in the Siorapaluk elementary school, Northwest Greenland.
  • Children displaying their drawings of marine mammals in the Siorapaluk elementary school, Northwest Greenland.
  • Children in the Siorapaluk elementary school, Northwest Greenland.
  • Exterior detail of a small house in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • Following a subsistence hunt for walrus, seals, and musk ox, an indigenous Inuit hunter brings his share of the meat ashore in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • Walrus and seal meat from subsistence hunting being stored in the cold air on elevated wooden platforms to prevent scavenging by animals.
  • A subsistence hunt of Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) by inidgenous Inuit hunters in Northwest Greenland.
  • Restless sled dogs wait for sea ice to form in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • A female Atlantic walrus  (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus), killed by indigenous Inuit hunters during a subsistence hunt in a very remote region of Northwest Greenland, is towed behind their small boat.
  • A Greenland sled dog and her young puppies eat walrus meat from a subsistence hunt in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • Greenland Sled Dog, Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • No snow or sea ice, and a Greenland sled dog with no work to do in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • Idle sledges, no snow or sea ice, and a Greenland sled dog with no work to do. Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • After killing two Atlantic walruses (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) for food, indigenous Inuit hunters butcher the carcasses on a small floe of sea ice in remote Northwest Greenland.
  • After killing two Atlantic walruses (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) for food, indigenous Inuit hunters begin butchering the carcasses on a small floe of sea ice in remote Northwest Greenland.
  • A subsistence hunt of Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) by inidgenous Inuit hunters in Northwest Greenland.
  • After killing two Atlantic walruses (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) for food, indigenous Inuit hunters prepare to butcher the carcasses on a small floe of sea ice in remote Northwest Greenland.
  • Traditional Inuit drum dance, Baffin Bay, Northwest Greenland.
  • Traditional Inuit drum dance, Baffin Bay, Northwest Greenland.
  • An Inuit sledge (dogsled), used for hunting with dog teams on the sea ice, lies idle near the shoreline of the unfrozen sea in Siorapaluk, Northwest Greenland.
  • A subsistence hunt of Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) by inidgenous Inuit hunters in Northwest Greenland.

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