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Alaskan Eskimo Child Red Parka Sunny Winter Day

  • They Prefer to be Called Inuk or Inuit

  • Greenland’s Population is Primarily Inuit

  • Rubbing Noses is Not a Form of Kissing

  • The Ancient Inuit Made Armor

  • When you hear the word armor, you probably envision knights protected by steel. The ancient Inuit had no way to get their hands on steel, but they still needed protection from the elements and dangerous animals. Due to this, they crafted their own version of armor out of raw leather straps and bone plates, which was usually made from walrus teeth. This design was definitely ingenious, and it enabled the earliest Inuit people to survive many encounters that would have almost certainly been deadly otherwise.
  • Inuit Art Has a Long History

  • The Inuit Diet

  • In Greenland, 11 percent of the residents are not Inuit. This means that the each Inuk who lives in Greenland has the potential to be exposed to new dining options, but even this has not considerably altered their traditional diet. Anthropologists and other researchers have determined that the Inuit diet has stayed mostly the same throughout the centuries, and it consists primarily of meat and fish because it is hard to gain access to vegetables and fruit in cold, remote areas.


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