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Inuit women picking "blackberries" and low-bush cranberries near Nome, Alaska. Note the comb-ladle instrument used for gathering the berries. The "blackberries"(so called by Nome Inuit) are not blackberries as known in the United States but are a form of the blueberries. Both these and the low-bush cranberries grow on tiny vines at the surface of the tundra - Nome Alaska

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