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For many of us, it’s looking like a very different sort of Christmas this year. Even though you may not be able to see your loved ones, we hope that the festive spirit will prevail. To that end, we’ve chosen some seasonal stories to get you in the mood – and from all of us at Nature Picture Library, we wish you good health and better fortunes in the year ahead!

The Real Rudolph Changing face of the Arctic

The Real Rudolph

The Changing Face of the Arctic

Reindeer pull Santa’s sleigh, and feature in Christmas cards and festive music worldwide (usually sporting red noses). Discover 25 facts about the world’s most northerly deer. In the circumpolar north, it’s not only the climate that’s changing, it’s the people too. Then-and-Now images reveal how Arctic cultures are slowly shifting towards modernity.
Baikal ice Nutcracker Ghost of the Mountain


The Nutcracker

Ghost of the Mountain

Every winter, the world’s deepest and largest (by volume) freshwater lake freezes over, creating alluring forms of ice that appear to be the work of an invisible sculptor.
It shares its name with the famous Russian ballet that begins on Christmas Eve. But what else do we known about the nutcracker? For a start, it has a remarkable memory! In the mountain ranges of Asia, one of the world’s most elusive big cats is edging towards extinction. What can be done to secure a future for the majestic snow leopard?
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