By: Kjeld Hansen
154 pages, B/w photos, tabs
Using the dry science of statistics provided by Greenland's own biologists, the author documents the ruthless extermination of living resources in a candid and moving story about Greenlanders' enormously wasteful hunting and fishing practices, that are rapidly denuding an arctic landscape of its wildlife.
Translated by Robin Worrall.
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