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Eating 'Country' Food : Stock Photo
An Inuit woman eats raw narwhale (whale) blubber and skin the traditional way using an ulu (traditional food cutting knife) to slice off pieces as she holds the meat by her teeth.

Eating 'Country' Food

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An Inuit woman eats raw narwhale (whale) blubber and skin the traditional way using an ulu (traditional food cutting knife) to slice off pieces as she holds the meat by her teeth.
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155150630
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Yvette Cardozo
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Photolibrary
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3,456 x 5,184 px (11.52 x 17.28 in) - 300 dpi - 9.81 MB
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