THIS WEEK WE'RE HEADING NORTH AGAIN - TO GREENLAND!
The green in the country is back
We begin our new series with a part of nature that has regularly come up in discussion in recent years and will continue to do so in the future. Recently, it was in even the midst of a great deal of political furor - Greenland! It is not only the largest island on our planet, but also the one with the lowest population density. Although reptiles and amphibians do not exist at all on the island, Greenland is the home to many species of fish in the waters surrounding it, in addition there are around 200 species of birds. The most famous animal, however, is probably the polar bear.
Lots more than ice and snow
The large icy landscapes and impressive vastness make it a true natural beauty, but also one in which the climate crisis has become impossible to ignore. In the plant world there is still much to discover, in spite of Greenland's still polar climate. Mosses, algae and mushrooms alone are estimated to count over 3000 different species. Would you like to take a closer look at the dreamlike yet sometimes barren nature of Greenland? Then take a look at our brand new lightbox with photos, illustrations, vectors, videos and 360° images all about Greenland’s natural beauty!