The Inuit people are also known as Eskimos. They have lived in the Artic area; the Tundra, where the climate is cold and too severe for trees to grow, for over a thousand years. Over the thousands of years living in the Artic environment, the Inuit people have adapted culturally and biologically. Among the biological adaptations, their bodies altered permitting them to adapt to the environment in five ways. In addition to biological adaptations, the Inuit people also adapted culturally, changing how they dressed, the type of home they lived in, and the number of individuals in their groups.
All of the groups that I studied are from all over Canada. All of the tribes are from mostly Northern Canada.I have been studying how the Inuit, Haida, and the Sioux are alike and how they are different.
The Alaskan Malamute is a medium-large to large dog that weighs between 70-95 pounds and measures up to 25". They are best known as sled dogs and are used to hard work. They ideal for cold climates or homes that will keep them cool and hydrated in hot summers. The Alaskan Malamute has a thick, coarse outer coat and wooly, dense undercoat. They are dressed for cold weather. If you own an Alaskan Malamute and live in a warmer climate, you need to make sure that they have a place to get out of the sun and plenty of water.
What I am going to talk about is in this paper is African wild dogs and hope you learn some facts about them. In my opinion, they are interesting and hope you think they are too. They very social also and they took good care of their pups. They are good and they are good hunters and let the pups eat before the parents or the aunts or uncles. They can give birth to 10-19 pups at one time.
The Inuit Tribe has uses for everything they kill or harvest. Inuit women would use animal skins to make clothing and blankets. They would also use animal skins to make kayaks and boats ( Sontella 20). The Inuits would also make sculptures out of animal bone. In Figure 1 below, there is a sculpture made out of animal bone or a certain type of
There are many similarities and differences between Inuit, Eastern Woodlands Hunters, and Eastern Woodlands Farmers. They are different because they had different regions, environment, and history. They are have similarities like where in the world they lived and came from.
Firstly, here is a little taste of the Inuit’s history. The people of the arctic are known to be called, “The Eskimo’s” back in the old times, The Inuit people speak and write their traditional Inuktitut language, and they are a group of First Nations people who live throughout the Arctic region in Canada. The Inuk culture seems to be well adapted to their homes in the Arctic. They know how to survive on their traditional land and rely their resources very well. The Inuk women typically spend their days looking after their children, making clothing, working on animal skins, and cooking. The Inuk women have a specific way to do things in their culture, for instance, they make their clothing in a unique way by making each outfit thick enough to survival the cold days, or they would make layers of each clothing so they can keep warm. All pieces of their clothing are essential based on seasons. The Anoraks and pants were likely knee
For many of years animal activists have been trying to put a stop to all animal hunting, abuse, using animals for supplies. The problem with doing this is that it may effect a large amount of people who live off of these animals, in particularly the seal. The Canadian Inuit is a large group of people about 46,000 people as an estimation, that use seals as a multi source. The Canadian Inuit use the seal for a source of cash through fur sales, they used the seal for meat, and once used seal for oil lamps. In 1980 animal rights activists got their way and made it so that seal hunting was no longer legal. This affected thousands of Canadian Inuit who lived in small arctic hamlets who lived off of seal. The question is who is better off the Canadian Inuit, or the animals rights activists?
The Inuit are very spiritual people and they do not believe in a lot of the same things we do. They believe in something called Animism, all living and nonliving things have a spirit. When someone or something dies they believe that things spirit goes to the spiritual world. They only people powerful enough to talk or communicate with these spirits are religious leaders, Shamans or “Angakoks”. The way these religious leader speak with them is through dances or charms. They wear masks and clothes of an animal because they believe it helps them to communicate with them better. Not all spirits are good ones, when the weather was bad or there was an illness going around they believed it to be a displeased spirit, but the Inuit used guidelines to try to make the spirit happy. There was five rules that need to be followed in order to please the spirits, 1) women are not allowed to sew caribou skins on the inside of there igloo on sea ice in the winter. 2) Inuit can not eat sea mammal and land mammal at the same meal. 3) A knife used to kill whales had to wrapped in sealskin, not caribou skin. 4) After killing a seal melted snow had to dripped into its mouth to quench the spirit's thirst. 5) The Inuit saved the bladder of the hunted because they believed that’s where the spirit was found inside. One of the most important spirits was Sedna, The Goddess of the Sea. She provided them with food from the sea, which made the Inuit most happy.
These Native Americans had to exercise their ingenuity to make up for the inability of Arctic lands to produce viable crops. They created vessels called "umiaks" to hunt for whales, which were a vital part of their diet.
This is how the Inuit are different. Transportation is a way they are different. THey used dog sleds. Their art is also a way they are different, they made sculptures
The Inuit’s served using weapons and their hands. They hunted these animals Caribou, whales, fish, oxen, seals and even walruses. The Inuit’s hunted with sharp sticks, spears and bow and arrow. The housing was made out of long grass and dirt. The houses were Igloos and an underground barrier. Now you know some facts about the Inuit Tribe.
The Arctic wolf is a sub-species of the grey wolf and lives in the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland. Arctic Wolves also live in, Montebello, Quebec, Canada. The arctic wolf if a mammal.
Arctic fox is the smallest member of canine family. There are 5 subspecies of arctic fox that inhabit tundra throughout the Arctic Circle. Arctic fox can be found in Iceland, Greenland, Northern Europe, Russia, Canada and Alaska. These animals are numerous everywhere, except in Scandinavia. They were overhunted in the past because of their beautiful pelt. Even though arctic foxes are protected by law today, their number still drops due to climate changes and because of the expansion of the range of red fox (it hunts the same prey like arctic fox).
The Colonial Americans came to the New World in search of gold, silver, land, better opportunities, and most importantly they desired religious freedom. Colonial Americans weren’t the only people practicing religion. Even before the exploration of America, the Native Americans who were already residents of the land had begun in their own religious practices, traditions, and creating their own cultures. In all religious beliefs there is a divine creator or creators and we know this through studying the writings of different social groups. The creators in each religion may have different characteristics, roles, and relationships with humankind, but they all play an essential role in shaping the culture and beliefs of a person or a whole society.