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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // On assignment for @NatGeo and @NatGeoPristineSeas

For three weeks we traveled by dog sled over the frozen sea ice of northwestern Greenland. As we neared the end of our journey, near the Inuit village of Qaanaaq, a flurry of snow covered the landscape and delighted Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen, one of our Inuit guides.
Ice is melting rapidly in the Arctic and the sea ice is becoming unstable. To see images of how our dog team fell through the ice and into the freezing water, please #follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

@NatGeoCreative | @NatGeoTravel | #Arctic | #snow | #snow | #dogs | #climatechange

Thule, Greenland normal

Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // On assignment for @NatGeo and @NatGeoPristineSeas

For three weeks we traveled by dog sled over the frozen sea ice of northwestern Greenland.  As we neared the end of our journey, near the Inuit village of Qaanaaq, a flurry of snow covered the landscape and delighted Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen, one of our Inuit guides. 
Ice is melting rapidly in the Arctic and the sea ice is becoming unstable.  To see images of how our dog team fell through the ice and into the freezing water, please #follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

@NatGeoCreative | @NatGeoTravel | #Arctic | #snow | #snow | #dogs | #climatechange

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Lae

Absolutely amazing! 😍😍😍

Ali Tabatabaie

its like a dream...three weeks traveling over frozen sea...seems to me that you have traveled back in time and had such an adventure in centuries ago...good luck

Mademoiselle_Madeleine1283

They look oriental..nice photo btw

Max Rudman

What are the wolves 🐺 or dogs 🐶 eating

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