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English: A 1940's walrus tusk engraving depicting polar bears hunting walrus. The carving was made by en:Chukchi carvers in the 1940's and is located in the Regional Museum, en:Magadan, Russia.

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Date 2007-09-26 (first version); 2007-09-26 (last version)
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