National Geographic

Photograph by @CristinaMittermeier // Theirs is a fragile way of life in one of the harshest environments on earth. The resilience, cleverness, and determination of the Inuit people from the circumpolar regions is one of the most amazing stories of adaptability and survival. Yet, this century, our human foot print is heavier than it ever has been and as the sea ice shrinks with each passing year, the Inuit - and all peoples of the north- face an existential threat. #FollowMe at @CristinaMittermeier to see a video of the playful side of sled dogs who are the engines of the far north.

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@edmtobi

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@annosworld

super photo πŸ’ͺπŸ“·

@marjorie.gauntt

I've been there. An amazing people.

@frostinel_husky

❀️it's my love 🐾🐾🐾

@betin_mr

Amazing photo!!

@liz217_

@pepper_on_tour yes so many huskies!!!

@residueking

I was out hiking in the Valles Caldera in New Mexico and National Geographic was doing a Prairie Dog shoot, was this story connected?

@kapophotography

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@kumar6845

Nice one ❀

@njtrash7

@thatsgr0ss can we get a sled dog?

@moonsafari88

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@jennabear76

@lkimhill74280 I hope you find peace and educate yourself on this culture.

@giehsbshsh

This is why dogs are amazing ❀️

@soodi2979

So beautiful picture 🐢🐢🐢🐢

@tahoejames4

Just letting people know about the fingerprint systems in place. 1984. George Orwell was right

@artexchangeco

Omg looks so cold 😨😡😡

@grandma8526

@andreaq1028 poor uneducated you

@cufflinks_sunglasses

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