September 2018

28
Sep

Trappers and hunting in Norway

Hunting in Norway is a subject that causes a lot of controversy among environmentalists. Recently, it has been found that Norway is responsible for killing millions of whales, much more than Iceland and Japan – we’ll discover below for what reasons. Hunting has been a bloody chapter in Norwegian history for many years now and there are several reasons for

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28
Sep

The impossibility of being born in Svalbard and the city of Tromsø, Norway

Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago with undoubted charm, that’s all there is to it. From a natural point of view, the islands have rather weak flora, due to the harsh climatic conditions, but the fauna is truly varied. Obviously, there are no trees, just a few flowers and small bushes, as well as lots of mosses and lichens. The inhabitants

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21
Sep

The disappearance and reintroduction of the musk ox in Svalbard

Similar to an ox, but with a DNA closer to that of goats and sheep: we are talking about the musk ox, a stocky animal, which weighs between 250 and 400 kg and is 1.3-1.6 metres tall. Its limbs are squat and short, its snout is broad and ungraceful, and it has tiny little eyes and a large head, on

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7
Sep

The beauty of an Arctic cruise and the possible destinations.

Often, for many persons, the word “holidays” is frequently equivalent to the sea and sunny beaches. However, there are also some people who prefer more unusual travel destinations. It is no coincidence that, over the years, other cruises have been organised to more unfamiliar locations, in addition to the classical cruises to the Mediterranean Sea and the Caribbean. The Arctic

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