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    Polar Tales By Paul Nicklen. Part II


    The sea leopard. The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)


    The sea leopard. The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    A gentoo penguin chick peeks, checking for patrolling leopard seals before tempting fate


    A gentoo penguin chick peeks, checking for patrolling leopard seals before tempting fate. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Port Lockroy, Antarctic Peninsula, 2011




    Young chinstrap penguins resting on an ice floe at the Anvers Island, Antarctica


    Young chinstrap penguins resting on an ice floe at the Anvers Island, Antarctica. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Narwhals, raising their tusks, float to the surface to breathe. Lancaster Saund, Nunavut, Canada


    Narwhals, raising their tusks, float to the surface to breathe. Lancaster Saund, Nunavut, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Arctic tern circling in search of profit. Arctic


    Arctic tern circling in search of profit. Arctic. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    The female polar bear studies human habitation, after the seat broke on a snowmobile, backpack for camera and hat Paul Nickle. It is best not to get in the way of bears, when they are hungry


    The female polar bear studies human habitation, after the seat broke on a snowmobile, backpack for camera and hat Paul Nickle. It is best not to get in the way of bears, when they are hungry. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Thick-billed murre ((Latin. Uria lomvia) thrown into the water at Bear Island (Bjørnøya Island), Svalbard. For the sake of the fish the birds dive to a depth of 150 meters. In winter, birds fly to winter in Greenland and Iceland


    Thick-billed murre ((Latin. Uria lomvia) thrown into the water at Bear Island (Bjørnøya Island), Svalbard. For the sake of the fish the birds dive to a depth of 150 meters. In winter, birds fly to winter in Greenland and Iceland. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Walrus


    Walrus. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Spring in the Arctic, traces of meltwater runoff sprawled on the ice


    Spring in the Arctic, traces of meltwater runoff sprawled on the ice. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Papuanskie Penguins. Port Lockroy, The Antarctic Peninsula


    Papuanskie Penguins. Port Lockroy, The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    A young polar bear leaps between ice floes


    A young polar bear leaps between ice floes. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Barents Sea, Svalbard, Norway, 2011




    Polar bear and her two young drift on an ice floe. Gudzonov diarrhea, Nunavut, Canada


    Polar bear and her two young drift on an ice floe. Gudzonov diarrhea, Nunavut, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)



    PART I



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Polar Tales By Paul Nicklen. Part II


The sea leopard. The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)


The sea leopard. The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




A gentoo penguin chick peeks, checking for patrolling leopard seals before tempting fate


A gentoo penguin chick peeks, checking for patrolling leopard seals before tempting fate. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Port Lockroy, Antarctic Peninsula, 2011




Young chinstrap penguins resting on an ice floe at the Anvers Island, Antarctica


Young chinstrap penguins resting on an ice floe at the Anvers Island, Antarctica. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Narwhals, raising their tusks, float to the surface to breathe. Lancaster Saund, Nunavut, Canada


Narwhals, raising their tusks, float to the surface to breathe. Lancaster Saund, Nunavut, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Arctic tern circling in search of profit. Arctic


Arctic tern circling in search of profit. Arctic. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




The female polar bear studies human habitation, after the seat broke on a snowmobile, backpack for camera and hat Paul Nickle. It is best not to get in the way of bears, when they are hungry


The female polar bear studies human habitation, after the seat broke on a snowmobile, backpack for camera and hat Paul Nickle. It is best not to get in the way of bears, when they are hungry. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Thick-billed murre ((Latin. Uria lomvia) thrown into the water at Bear Island (Bjørnøya Island), Svalbard. For the sake of the fish the birds dive to a depth of 150 meters. In winter, birds fly to winter in Greenland and Iceland


Thick-billed murre ((Latin. Uria lomvia) thrown into the water at Bear Island (Bjørnøya Island), Svalbard. For the sake of the fish the birds dive to a depth of 150 meters. In winter, birds fly to winter in Greenland and Iceland. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Walrus


Walrus. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Spring in the Arctic, traces of meltwater runoff sprawled on the ice


Spring in the Arctic, traces of meltwater runoff sprawled on the ice. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Papuanskie Penguins. Port Lockroy, The Antarctic Peninsula


Papuanskie Penguins. Port Lockroy, The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




A young polar bear leaps between ice floes


A young polar bear leaps between ice floes. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Barents Sea, Svalbard, Norway, 2011




Polar bear and her two young drift on an ice floe. Gudzonov diarrhea, Nunavut, Canada


Polar bear and her two young drift on an ice floe. Gudzonov diarrhea, Nunavut, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)



PART I



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