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    Polar Tales By Paul Nicklen. Part I


    A leopard seal feeds Paul Nicklen a penguin


    A leopard seal feeds Paul Nicklen a penguin. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Antarctic Peninsula, 2011




    The female walrus and her calf. The photo was taken in the basin of Fox, North Bay. Arctic Ocean between the Peninsula and Melville. Baffin Plot of land, off the coast of Canada. Morzhiha got out on the ice floes, to protect your baby from the polar bears


    The female walrus and her calf. The photo was taken in the basin of Fox, North Bay. Arctic Ocean between the Peninsula and Melville. Baffin Plot of land, off the coast of Canada. Morzhiha got out on the ice floes, to protect your baby from the polar bears. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Wandering albatrosses, reaching a length of 117 cm, virtually all life in the sea. On the ground they land just to, to take part in the marriage ritual and hatching eggs


    Wandering albatrosses, reaching a length of 117 cm, virtually all life in the sea. On the ground they land just to, to take part in the marriage ritual and hatching eggs. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Narwhals dive deep under the ice to feed on Arctic cod, then return to the surface to breathe and raise their tusks high in the air


    Narwhals dive deep under the ice to feed on Arctic cod, then return to the surface to breathe and raise their tusks high in the air. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada, 2011




    Southern elephant seal on the shores of Fortuna Bay, island of South Georgia


    Southern elephant seal on the shores of Fortuna Bay, island of South Georgia. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Penguins. Port Lockroy, The Antarctic Peninsula


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




    Seal looks out of the hole, which have polar bears, preying on seals


    Seal looks out of the hole, which have polar bears, preying on seals. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Polar Bear, Svalbard


    Polar Bear, Svalbard. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    The hole in the ice of the glacier Hornsund, The archipelago of Svalbard


    The hole in the ice of the glacier Hornsund, The archipelago of Svalbard. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Bowhead whale rises to the surface of the sea


    Bowhead whale rises to the surface of the sea. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    Narwhals. Lancaster-Saund, Nunavut, Canada


    Narwhals. Lancaster-Saund, Nunavut, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




    The female leopard is studying marine photographer Goran Elm (Goran Ehlmé), Anvers Island, Antarctica


    The female Leopard seal is studying marine photographer Goran Elm (Goran Ehlmé), Anvers Island, Antarctica. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)


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Polar Tales By Paul Nicklen. Part I


A leopard seal feeds Paul Nicklen a penguin


A leopard seal feeds Paul Nicklen a penguin. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Antarctic Peninsula, 2011




The female walrus and her calf. The photo was taken in the basin of Fox, North Bay. Arctic Ocean between the Peninsula and Melville. Baffin Plot of land, off the coast of Canada. Morzhiha got out on the ice floes, to protect your baby from the polar bears


The female walrus and her calf. The photo was taken in the basin of Fox, North Bay. Arctic Ocean between the Peninsula and Melville. Baffin Plot of land, off the coast of Canada. Morzhiha got out on the ice floes, to protect your baby from the polar bears. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Wandering albatrosses, reaching a length of 117 cm, virtually all life in the sea. On the ground they land just to, to take part in the marriage ritual and hatching eggs


Wandering albatrosses, reaching a length of 117 cm, virtually all life in the sea. On the ground they land just to, to take part in the marriage ritual and hatching eggs. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Narwhals dive deep under the ice to feed on Arctic cod, then return to the surface to breathe and raise their tusks high in the air


Narwhals dive deep under the ice to feed on Arctic cod, then return to the surface to breathe and raise their tusks high in the air. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada, 2011




Southern elephant seal on the shores of Fortuna Bay, island of South Georgia


Southern elephant seal on the shores of Fortuna Bay, island of South Georgia. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Penguins. Port Lockroy, The Antarctic Peninsula


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




Seal looks out of the hole, which have polar bears, preying on seals


Seal looks out of the hole, which have polar bears, preying on seals. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Polar Bear, Svalbard


Polar Bear, Svalbard. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




The hole in the ice of the glacier Hornsund, The archipelago of Svalbard


The hole in the ice of the glacier Hornsund, The archipelago of Svalbard. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Bowhead whale rises to the surface of the sea


Bowhead whale rises to the surface of the sea. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




Narwhals. Lancaster-Saund, Nunavut, Canada


Narwhals. Lancaster-Saund, Nunavut, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)




The female leopard is studying marine photographer Goran Elm (Goran Ehlmé), Anvers Island, Antarctica


The female Leopard seal is studying marine photographer Goran Elm (Goran Ehlmé), Anvers Island, Antarctica. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)


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