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[Translate to English:] Hoved af en polarulven ” Krummelangsø” fra Grønlandssamlingen hos Statens Naturhistoriske Museum. Polarulven blev i sin tid fundet af Johan Brus Mikkelsen fra Siriuspatruljen ved Krummelangsø i Grønland, denne ulvens genom er ligeledes en del af studiet.

18.11.2018

Greenland’s Arctic wolf is unique

ISOLATED POPULATION: In Greenland lives the world’s probably rarest and – scientifically speaking –... Read more

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03.11.2018

Million kroner grant for Greenlandic aspiring scientist

Biologist Sascha Schiøtt from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources has received around 1.7... Read more

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02.10.2018

Pollution puts orcas at risk

Many orca populations worldwide are endangered. The reason is high levels of PCB, which can... Read more

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Greenland porpoises touring the North Atlantic

New research shows that these small, tough whales swim much further away from the shore and dive... Read more

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31.05.2018

Polar bear subsistence hunters from East Greenland tell the world of changes in the catch and climate

In a recent scientific article on a study based on interviews with polar bear hunters from East... Read more

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31.05.2018

Baffin Bay polar bears under pressure from climate change

Polar bears in Baffin Bay are going through tough times, and even though they are plentiful in the... Read more

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15.02.2018

Conditions allow for a doubling of the walrus population in northern Baffin Bay

A recent scientific article by four authors from Pinngortitaleriffik, among others, indicates that... Read more

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Journey to the Upernavik area for new knowledge about the Guillemot

During the first half of February 2018, a team of four women from the Greenland Institute of... Read more

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