Arctic

Life is a constant struggle for survival in the frozen regions of the Arctic. The plants, animals and humans who make their homes above the Arctic Circle have adapted to the cold, ice and snow. With several months of almost complete darkness in winter, and with the seemingly endless days of the short summer, the harsh conditions of the Arctic seem unmanageable. Yet the Arctic area supports some of the largest mammals on the planet, as well as the resourceful Eskimo or Inuit.