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EG.5029-01
© B&C Alexander
EG.5029-01
Musk Ox skeleton on the shore by Kongeborgen. Holm Bugt / Bay. Traill . Kong Oskar Fiord. East Greenland National Park.
SZ.0161-04
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SZ.0161-04
Arctic terns nest amongst poppies and other tundra flowers. Longyearbyen. Spitsbergen
RY.0814-21
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RY.0814-21
Aerial view of tundra, lakes & boreal forest in the Purovsky Region of the Yamal. Western Siberia, Russia
KK.0706-07
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KK.0706-07
A herd of reindeer grazing at their winter pastures on the tundra near Kautokeino. Finnmark, North Norway.
KK.0703-03
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KK.0703-03
A Saami reindeer herd on the tundra at their winter pastures near Kautokeino. Finnmark, North Norway.
SZ.6014-09
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SZ.6014-09
Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
SZ.0125-13
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SZ.0125-13
Moss campion, spider plant and Arctic mouse-ear chickweed grow by a rock. Spitsbergen
SZ.0157-03
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SZ.0157-03
Pale Svalbard Poppy growing on the riverbed above Longyearbyen. Spitsbergen
SZ.0170-12
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SZ.0170-12
Moss Campion growing on a rocky ledge in Adventdalen, summer in Spitsbergen
SZ.0171-07
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SZ.0171-07
Pygmy Buttercup, Ranunculus pygmaeus, a tiny tundra plant. Spitsbergen.
SZ.0165-08
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SZ.0165-08
Svalbard Poppy, Papaver Dahlianum frames a view of Adventdalen. Svalbard
SZ.0171-05
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SZ.0171-05
Hairy Lousewort, Pedicularis dasyantha, has thermal underwear of it own. Svalbard.
SZ.0171-15
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SZ.0171-15
Arctic Bell Heather, Cassiope tetragona grows in large clumps on Svalbard
CE.0014-13
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CE.0014-13
Tussocks on summer tundra at Lake Hazen. Ellesmere Is National Park. Nunavut, Canada
QQ.0933-30
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QQ.0933-30
Purple Saxifrage is the first plant to flower amongst the Summer Tundra meltpools. N.W. Greenland.
RC.0204-15
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RC.0204-15
Sastrugi on snow covered winter tundra. Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.0205-26
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RC.0205-26
Sastrugi on snow covered winter tundra at sunset. Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.0250-04
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RC.0250-04
Sastrugi etched in the snow covered winter tundra near Lavrentiya. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia,
HJ.0017-00
© Hans Jensen
HJ.0017-00
Yellow Arctic Poppies against a blue Arctic sky. Summer in North Greenland
RY.0462-19
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RY.0462-19
Aerial view of tundra in the autumn on the Yamal Peninsula. Western Siberia, Russia.
CC.8100-26
© B&C Alexander
CC.8100-26
Winter tundra and sparse tree line.
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
RKA0028-08
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RKA0028-08
Mountain tundra in autumn colour near Khailino, Koryakia, N.Kamchatka, Siberia, Russia.
BA.9244-32
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BA.9244-32
Purple saxifrage is one of the first tundra plants to flower in the Arctic. Jens Munk Island, Nunavut, Canada
BA.9245-21
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BA.9245-21
A Long Tailed duck (Clangula hyemalis)swims at the edge of a tundra pond. Jens Munk Island, Nunavut, Canada.

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