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Gulls feed on the remains of a bowhead whale caught and butchered by Alaska Natives on the North Slope.

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A polar bear, fresh from feeding on the remains of a bowhead whale caught and butchered by Alaska natives on the North Slope.

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A polar bear feeds on the jaws of a bowhead whale harvested by natives along the coast of ANWR.

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A polar bear feeds on the jaws of a bowhead whale harvested by natives along the coast of ANWR.

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Gulls feed on a bowhead whale harvested by natives along the coast of ANWR.

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Gulls feed on a bowhead whale harvested by natives along the coast of ANWR.

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A dead bowhead whale lies on the beach in Kaktovik. The village is allowed by law to take three whales each fall for the meat and baleen. First the whale is washed with a front-end loader, then butchering begins.

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A dead bowhead whale lies on the beach in Kaktovik. The village is allowed by law to take three whales each fall for the meat and baleen. First the whale is washed with a front-end loader, then butchering begins.

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A dead bowhead whale lies on the beach in Kaktovik. The village is allowed by law to take three whales each fall for the meat and baleen. First the whale is washed with a front-end loader, then butchering begins.

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A dead bowhead whale lies on the beach in Kaktovik. The village is allowed by law to take three whales each fall for the meat and baleen. First the whale is washed with a front-end loader, then butchering begins.

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A dead bowhead whale lies on the beach in Kaktovik. The village is allowed by law to take three whales each fall for the meat and baleen. First the whale is washed with a front-end loader, then butchering begins.

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A dead bowhead whale lies on the beach in Kaktovik. The village is allowed by law to take three whales each fall for the meat and baleen. First the whale is washed with a front-end loader, then butchering begins.

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A vulnerable (IUCN) and federally threatened polar bear feeds on the remains of a bowhead whale harvested by natives along the coast of ANWR.

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A polar bear feeds on the jaws of a bowhead whale harvested by natives along the coast of ANWR.

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