Why Is Greenland so Sparsely Populated?

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Greenland population is dense since most people traced their origin back in Europe after the colonisation. The remainder Danish descent population is of Inuit. Greenland is also held by a challenge of cold climate and isolation.
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Greenland is sparsely populated due to the nature of its extreme climates. A vast majority of Greenland is frozen over and inhospitable. Most Greenlanders live in inlets in the far south-western coast, where it's warmer and there's access to the sea.
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