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Greenland could be home to several coral reefs

GREENLAND: Four years ago Canadian researchers stumbled upon a coral reef off the coast of southern Greenland. Scientists now believe that it could be one of many.

Culture is a strong evolutionary drive among killer whales

New study provides insights of killer whale behaviour and the evolutionary interplay between genes, environment, and culture.

Greenland in numbers: eight key statistics to understand the world’s largest island

GREENLAND: The world’s largest island nation is emerging as education, life expectancy, and immigration are increasing. Learn more about Greenland from these key statistics.

How to boost your vitamin intake

Certain types of apples or cuts of salmon contain more vitamins than others. Find out how you can optimise your vitamin intake.

Diabetes epidemic threatens Greenland

GREENLAND: Type-2 diabetes barely existed in Greenland 50 years ago. But today the health system is struggling to control an emerging epidemic.

American adventurer captured 1930's Greenland on film

The American artist and adventurer Rockwell Kent documented daily life in thirties Greenland in both photos and drawings, which are now at the centre of a large international research project.

Grizzly-polar bear hybrids spotted in Canadian Arctic

Call it a 'pizzly' or a 'grolar bear', this new hybrid may be here to stay, say scientists. But is this the end to the polar bear as we know it or the start of a new bear species?

Viking fortress in Denmark stumps archaeologists

Archeologists have drawn a blank at one of Denmark’s most recently discovered Viking castles, after finding nothing except a single, solitary glass bead.

Arctic tomb preserves oldest known Inuit dress

GREENLAND: The oldest examples of clothing from the Arctic were discovered by hunters in a 500 year-old grave in north west Greenland and are now on display in the Greenland National Museum.

Jutland: Why World War I's only sea battle was so crucial to Britain's victory

OPINION: Modern understanding of World War I is dominated by the immense human cost of the war on land with its trenches, artillery, and machine guns--but the war was won by sea power.