What Did the Inuits Eat?

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Inuit eat foods that are fished, hunted and gathered locally. These include walrus, Ringed Seal, Bearded Seal, beluga whale, caribou, polar bear, muskoxen, birds and fish. They also gather Grasses, tubers, roots, stems, berries, fireweed and seaweed that occur naturally in their environment.
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