Arctic surfing: Snow, sand and the northern lights

Surfing in one of the coldest beaches in the world has changed a former fishing and farming hamlet.

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    On the northern tip of Norway, there is an unexpected new industry.

    The Lofoten Islands in Arctic Norway are usually known for their rich fishing waters. But some people there are making a living from the sea in a very different way.

    Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports.


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