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“A male reindeer has one goal in life – having his own harem. Powerful males are able to gather 30–50 females to form one. Defending the harem and keeping the females in it satisﬁ ed is hard work.
Although mating with a female takes only 15 seconds, it is nevertheless a strenuous endeavour for males: after [...]
Norway lemmings (Lemmus lemmus) are migrating in Lapland. I saw those fearless tiny hairballs swimming at the Lake Inari and heard their angry swearing, when they encountered a human intruder.
More about lemmings at Outdoors.fi site.
The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation informs 28th April 2009:
“A dispute over the protection of the Saimaa ringed seal (Phoca hispida saimensis), a critically endangered species, is causing deep divisions among political parties in Finland. The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation, the largest environmental organization in Finland, called for a ban on the use of [...]