Greenland is a massive island—the world’s largest to be exact—and an autonomous Danish territory that sits between the north Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. It’s an island unlike any other. Ice covers about 80 percent of the land, which is rimmed with majestic fjords and bays filled with rare wildlife like the elusive narwhal. Thanks to its northerly position, largely above the Arctic Circle, Greenland is also gifted with some spectacular natural phenomena, including midnight sun and northern lights. Here are more unexpected facts about this Arctic wonder.
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