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Life of Sealers II 2/2

As in the case of the first two stamps in the series, these two stamps may also be positioned together so that the animals and the colors fit together to make a cohesive pattern.

The two stamps complete Ivalo Abelsen’s artistic interpretation highlighting the cultural importance of hunting within Greenland.

Since the first immigrants arrived in Thule between 4,000-5,000 years ago, the Inuit in Greenland have been dependent on natural resources such as fish, birds, land and marine mammals. Hunting and fishing have always been a matter of survival in a country where the summer is short and the winter long and hard.

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