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The British government is trying to work this out, and the Norway model is one of the options they are considering.
Norwegian and British researchers have analysed DNA from up to 1100 year old walrus remains and confirmed that walrus ivory was a driver for both the success and decline of the old Norse colony of Greenland. They also revealed the shifting patterns of walrus ivory trade in medieval Europe and found traces of a major evolutionary split in the Atlantic walrus population.
Meat consumption is booming in a country famous for its cuisine full of herbs and vegetables.