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Sheep farmers in the upper Narsaq fjord guide their flocks onto the boat of a nearby slaughterhouse, Neqi, the only slaughterhouse in Greenland.

The southern provinces of Greenland have long been more fertile due to the milder climate, and this is set to continue with the warming climate, although increased rain and less snow have also affected grazing fields negatively, with ice killing all grasses.
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Sheep farmers in the upper Narsaq fjord guide their flocks onto the boat of a nearby slaughterhouse, Neqi, the only slaughterhouse in Greenland. <br />
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The southern provinces of Greenland have long been more fertile due to the milder climate, and this is set to continue with the warming climate, although increased rain and less snow have also affected grazing fields negatively, with ice killing all grasses.