Greenland, the largest island in the world, the real anteroom to the Arctic, is situated between Europe and the American Continent in the extreme north of the Atlantic. Along its coastline live about 55,000 people who seem to be hardly tolerated by the natural elements. On the walls of the ice’s chasms some tiny animals called tardigrades, frozen for years, patiently wait for the thaw. The scientific expedition led by the world expert Janot Lamberton manages to capture them and show us magnificent shots of them.
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