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The Greenlandia expedition’s sailing boat ‘Kamak’ sails between icebergs released by glaciers around Milne Land in the Scoresby Sound Fjord, Eastern Greenland on August 15, 2023. – The French National Centre for Scientific Research is undertaking an expedition to explore Greenland’s isolated fjords, the planet’s largest fjord system, which remains vastly understudied. The expedition, arranged by the volunteer-run French initiative Greenlandia, is dedicated to understanding the climate change’s effects on Scoresby Fjord and its inhabitants. (Photo by Olivier MORIN / AFP)

The Greenlandia expedition’s sailing boat ‘Kamak’ sails between icebergs released by glaciers around Milne Land in the Scoresby Sound Fjord, Eastern Greenland on August 15, 2023. – The French National Centre for Scientific Research is undertaking an expedition to explore Greenland’s isolated fjords, the planet’s largest fjord system, which remains vastly understudied. The expedition, arranged by the volunteer-run French initiative Greenlandia, is dedicated to understanding the climate change’s effects on Scoresby Fjord and its inhabitants. (Photo by Olivier MORIN / AFP)

The Greenlandia expedition’s sailing boat ‘Kamak’ sails between icebergs released by glaciers around Milne Land in the Scoresby Sound Fjord, Eastern Greenland on August 15, 2023. – The French National Centre for Scientific Research is undertaking an expedition to explore Greenland’s isolated fjords, the planet’s largest fjord system, which remains vastly understudied. The expedition, arranged by the volunteer-run French initiative Greenlandia, is dedicated to understanding the climate change’s effects on Scoresby Fjord and its inhabitants. (Photo by Olivier MORIN / AFP)