After dinner Walruses

After dinner Walruses

It seems luck was with us when Ortelius arrived at Ardneset on the south west tip of Wahlbergøya! An announcement by expedition leader Rinie...

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The Giant Petrels of King George Island

The Giant Petrels of King George Island

On windy days, they can be seen cruising around with a wingspan up to seven feet! With piercing grey eyes and a sharp beak equipped with a small tube, the giant petrel is the king of the beach, and an impressive sight to behold.

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Meet the Reindeer

Meet the Reindeer

Reindeer are typically bulkier than how they have been depicted in cartoons such as “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” but most of this imagery appears to be based primarily around yearlings.

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10 Interesting Facts About Eskimos

10 Interesting Facts About Eskimos

If you are going to participate in a cruise through the Antarctic or Arctic regions, you probably have an interest in the Eskimo culture. To help you learn more about these people who you are likely to encounter if you visit Greenland, we present 10 interesting facts that everyone should…

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Polar bear feast

Polar bear feast

The bear had already started to strip off the seal skin, and began to eat the blubber: very rich in calories. A bearded seal can weigh up until 300 kg, and this one was indeed quite big, so after a while, the polar bear dozed off for a while. A…

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