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Environmental group attacks Norway plans for vast Arctic oil exploration

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Environmental group attacks Norway plans for vast Arctic oil exploration
Environmental group attacks Norway plans for vast Arctic oil exploration
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Polar Bear Cub Waves As Post-Lockdown Visitors Return to Svalbard [Video]

Polar Bear Cub Waves As Post-Lockdown Visitors Return to Svalbard

How's this for a friendly welcome! This polar bear cub appears to be waving! Wildlife photographer Roy Mangersnes captured the incident in Svalbard, northern Norway on one of the first expeditions after lockdown. “All of a sudden, one of the cubs got up on its hind legs and waved at us. Almost like it was welcoming us back to their frozen home,” says Roy.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO    Duration: 00:47Published
Work begins to unearth Norway's first Viking ship discovery in a century [Video]

Work begins to unearth Norway's first Viking ship discovery in a century

Work begins to unearth Norway's first Viking ship discovery in a century

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The amount of Arctic sea ice melted away to a record low for the month of July

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Arctic tents being set up in Ladakh

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Iceland wants to shield Arctic from rising US-China tensions: PM

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Woolly mammoth skeleton found in Russia's Arctic [Video]

Woolly mammoth skeleton found in Russia's Arctic

Russian scientists are poring over the stunningly well-preserved bones of an adult wooly mammoth that roamed the earth at least 10,000 years ago, after local inhabitants discovered its remains in the shallows of a north Siberian lake. Francis Maguire reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:13Published

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