I left off yesterday mentioning about Arctic hares changing colours by the season. Such is the case with Arctic foxes.
Display panels accompany displays of taxidermied animals throughout the gallery.
Here we have a snowy owl.
Another look at one of the displays from yesterday. The beluga and narwhal hanging above are lightweight replicas.
The Greenland shark is a resident of cold Arctic waters.
The presence of people in the High Arctic goes back thousands of years, and the presence of indigenous peoples are part of the Arctic Gallery. This artwork is titled Rookery, combining ivory and whale bone.