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Velodia Yando, a Nenets fisherman, putting frozen Burbot into a sack inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
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Velodia Yando, a Nenets fisherman, holds an 17.5 lb Broad Whitefish (Coregonus nasus) inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house is used to freeze and store fish. It was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
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Maxim Nyatch, a Nenets fisherman, walking with is daughter, Amelia, inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house is used to freeze and store fish. It was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
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Sacks of frozen fish inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house is used to freeze and store fish. It was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia

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