Dog sledding

Dog sledding

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Credit: SIMON FRASER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Dog sledding. Team of husky dogs (Canis familiaris) pulling an Inuit Eskimo sled over an Arctic glacier. The Inuit people use dog sleds to hunt polar bears, seals and musk oxen. A glacier is a slow-moving body of ice formed from compacted snow. Photographed in Greenland, at 71 degrees north.

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