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  • Subject is exactly "White whale"

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A photo of two men sitting down at a table signing a document for the Inuvialuit Beluga Agreement, with another man standing behind them. Inupiat

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The photo shows all the boats back on the beach after a day of whaling.

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The image shows two men in a boat, one with his back to us and another laughing looking towards us.

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The photo shows a man standing by himself in the water and a boat going off in some direction.

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The photo shows a man standing up on a cabin of a boat, getting ready to throw a harpoon at a whale.

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The image shows two boats side by side getting ready to do some whaling.

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The image shows the boats are back together as a convoy and are traveling again on the ocean.

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The photo shows the convoy of boats are spreading out to do some whaling or to go separate ways.

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The photo shows a convoy of boats traveling together on the arctic ocean.

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The image shows a couple of whales poping up for a visit in the ice whole and going back down right away.

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The image shows a man standing next to some equipment that is near the open water for the whale study.

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The phot shows a man next to a wall looking down at the whole of open water.

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The photo shows a couple of whales diving down from the hole in the ice for the whale research.

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The photo shows a big group of people getting together to have a feast at a nice long table.

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The image shows a close up of the sign "warning protected area" for the whale study.

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The image shows a big hole in the ice with a sign saying "protected area" for whale research. We can also see a tent with a few supplies and a couple of people.

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Duplicate. The image shows another class photo full of little kids, but this time the teacher is not in the photo. Everyone is unnamed.

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The image shows Eddie Gruben with a beluga while and the ship the "Tootsie" on the shores of Tuk.

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The photo shows a man that seems to be looking a old whale bones by some rocks.

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A photo of Silas Palayaq (Agnes Nigiruq’s adoptive dad) cutting up a white whale at Horton river. He is dressed in traditional clothes.
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