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Nganasans, 1927
Nganasans, 1927
Nganasan traditional performers. Folklore group 'Dentedie' (Northern Lights) in Finland, 2018
Nganasan traditional performers. Folklore group 'Dentedie' (Northern Lights) in Finland, 2018
Nganasan traditional sunglasses, from the Volochanka settlement. They protect the eyes from the bright light during the Arctic summer
Nganasan traditional sunglasses, from the Volochanka settlement. They protect the eyes from the bright light during the Arctic summer
Estimated ancestry components among selected Eurasian populations. The yellow component represents Neo-Siberian ancestry (represented by Nganasans).
Estimated ancestry components among selected Eurasian populations. The yellow component represents Neo-Siberian ancestry (represented by Nganasans).
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Indigenous Nenets people of Taymyr
Indigenous Nenets people of Taymyr
Cape Chelyuskin, northernmost point of Russian and of Afro-Eurasian mainland; 77°43’22’’N, 104°15’13’’E
Cape Chelyuskin, northernmost point of Russian and of Afro-Eurasian mainland; 77°43’22’’N, 104°15’13’’E
Taymyr landscape
Taymyr landscape
Muskox, an Arctic mammal of the family Bovidae, successfully reintroduced to the Taymyr Peninsula region in 1975
Muskox, an Arctic mammal of the family Bovidae, successfully reintroduced to the Taymyr Peninsula region in 1975