What are some facts about the Inuit people?


Some of the common facts about the Inuit people include the fact that they are native to areas of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and much of the rest of the Arctic. Another fact includes the fact that these people are known to hunt and to eat whales and seals as well as sea lions. They create igloos that are used as hunting lodges as they travel through a particular area and their history includes moving from place to place as the animals in their areas migrated.
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the inuit live in cold places there house is made of iggloos.
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In order to write a paragraph including at least five facts about the Inuit, you should first research and determine which five or more facts to include. After you have determined
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