How Do the Inuits Survive?


The Inuits survive in the cold arctic cold of below -30 ° C by making warm heavy clothes from the caribou hide that has hollows which trap air and acts as an insulator. They live in igloos which are easy and fast to make from ice which is an insulator where they further heat the small rooms using seal oil lamps. For food, the Inuits have a wide variety of game to hunt which includes fish, seals, walrus, musk-ox, whales and caribou.
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