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    Every summer, thousands of belugas come back in the shallow water of Nunavut. They spend summer in estuaries, scratching their skins on the bottom. We can see them really close to the shore, in a turquoise water that makes you feel you are not in the Arctic. The photo was taken during a wildlife reportage in Nunavut and Greenland during summer 2017.
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    Date Taken: Aug 10, 2017
    Date Uploaded: Sep 18, 2017
    Location: Resolute, Nunavut, Canada
    Copyright: © Florian Ledoux
    Categories: Landscapes, Nature
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year