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Web Sites

NATURE: Arctic Oasis: Eco-Explorer
Explore Nunavut, the Canadian Arctic territory where “Toothwalkers” was filmed.

Arctic Adventure
Discover the marine mamals of the region.

Ravetch Underwater Films
The filmmaker’s home page, with several clips from his wildlife documentaries.

OneWorld Magazine: Nanook of the North
A hyperlinked article about the film.

Arctic Circle
Large, varied site dedicated to the region, with articles, links, and maps.

Basic information about the walrus with links and activities.


———- “Feature Creature: The Walrus.” WILDLIFE CONSERVATION, September/October 1997, p. 60.

Chivers, C. J. “The Hunt is On.” WILDLIFE CONSERVATION, September/October 1997, p. 36.

Reijnders, Peter J.H. SEALS, FUR SEALS, SEA LIONS, AND WALRUSES.  Cambridge, England: IUCN/SSC Seal Specialist Group, 1993.

Riedman, Marianne. THE PINNIPEDS: SEALS, SEA LIONS, AND WALRUSES. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990.

Sage, Bryan. THE ARCTIC AND ITS WILDLIFE. New York: Facts on File Publications, 1986.



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