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|Early Atlantic Whaling An exaggerated version of whaling off
Atlantic shores, in which Basques from Spain were active along the Labrador coast, from the
|Sea-Otter A 1778 painting of the sea-otter, the glossy-coated
animal that helped open a Pacific Coast fur trade.
|Aurora Borealis Aurora borealis in the north, with a seal in the
foreground, c. 1860. Watercolour by Dennis Gale (1828-1903).
|Buffalo Jump Plains tribes driving buffalo to death over chosen
sharp drops in the prairies, thereby creating a massive meat-supply at the bottom, as painted by
Alfred Miller, 1867.
|Prairie Flowers Prairie flowers and a prairie dog, Broadview,
Assiniboia, Northwest Territories, 1887. Watercolour and gouache by Edward Roper
|Young Walrus A young male walrus, found chiefly on eastern
|Walrus Close-up of a walrus in Northwest
|Iron-trapped fox A fox caught in an iron trap.
|Fox A mature fox in a wintery southern Ontario
|Peregrine Falcon A close-up frontal view of a peregrine
|Caribou A solitary caribou grazing in a northern meadow of
flowers, Northwest Territories.
|Forest Dweller A canine inhabitant of the Canadian
|Raccoon The raccoon is a commonly seen forest inhabitant of the
|Moose A lonely moose on a lake at dawn.
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