What did Copper Inuits eat in Summer?
Inuits do eat cheese.
The Inuits lived in igloos in winter and in tupiqs (summer teepees) and Alksa sod houses.
no they dont
im 10 and my we are studying Inuits in class and i asked my teacher and he told me that they did.
they wear fur bikinis made from polar bears
fish and seals
If there were Inuits working at one of the laboratories in Antarctica, they would eat what the rest of the research team would eat. There are few examples of canned or freeze-dried delicacies. See link
because they think they are yummy dummy!
what do the inuit peope eaat for breakfust
some are and hunting partys will
they use them to eat and wear for clothing.
They gather at the shore, eat fish that was dried in the spring and summer, and trade with other groups.
The Inuits, Saami and Russians Russians in summer, and in Scandinavia nomadic herders do
Hello! In the summer time, Inuits would hunt a seal( a bearded seal or an other kind that i forget.) Then Inuits would dig a shallow, put the dead seal in it and bury it with rocks. Then in the winter they would dig it up and eat it. You'd know it's perfect when the seal is green. Done!
The Inuits near Baffin Bay did use meteorites to make iron blades ....... The Old Copper Culture ( Michigan and Wisconsin ) used copper ...... The Incas used copper and bronze
They eat food they get of big Daddy. Other word they eat s#!t.
in the winter they built igloos and summer the used animal skins to make tents
the inuit lived in the same place always inless they were looking for food
marriages are different in almost all cultures, like some cultures you have to dress a certain way, eat certain things, but the Inuits do not have wedding ceremonies
polar bear,seal,fish,berries,birds,and carabou.
they do the same things you do in yours. cook, eat, sleep, etc
Antactica is on the bottom of the globe... The Inuit are around the top...
The Inuits that lived in Alaska lived in houses mad of driftwood and mud to keep it together. The Inuits in other places lived in igloos made of hard packed snow with a skylight on top made of ice. In summer the igloos melted so they moved into shelter made by animal skin. :)
Japan, Norway, Iceland and Canada (Inuits).
The Mackenzie Inuits hunted and fished for fish, caribou and seal. They then got interested in whale hunting. They live in the arctic so no plants could be cultivated.
The same thing they lived in during the winter: Sod houses constructed into the ground with wooden beams for support.
Japan, Norway, Denmark (Faroe Islands), Iceland and Canada (Inuits).
they are called Inuits because they lived by a town called Inuit vill.
they eat animals lik deer, elk, moose and other things like that. they also caught an acational fish or two.
The Cree are the Inuits enemies
they use to eat raw meat every day but they stoped it because of their diet
They traded with other Inuits that were close by.
Inuits are hunters not farmers.
Yes Inuits live in Alaska.
Inuits are also called eskimo`s
The Inuits live in Alaska, Canada, and Greenland.
The Inuits region is Canada, Alaska, and the Artic
No, copper is a solid metal, so it is not edible and its compounds are toxic.
a summer soiree is something that you eat
Inuits still had summers but very short ones and still with a mild case of snow and not warm enough to be outside without a coat.
Basically the Inuits are hunting them and it is legal for the to do so aside from that polar bears eat and orcas that's the reason.
Because they eat a lot of fish, which contains omega 3 - this regulates cholesterol levels
The transportation in the inuits was dogsleds,canoons,huskies,kayaks
The Inuits use Inuit medicine. This is reatrted
No. Inuits do not play with killer whales.
inuits are not cannibals. it is just a rumour spread by people
Inuits and Mongols are different ethnicities. Mongols inhabit Mongolia while Inuits inhabit North America.
Inuits can only eat meat cause nothing grows in the arctic. Inuits dont live in igloos they live in tents made out of animal skin, they only use igloos for emergency shelters and hunting shelters.
inuits didnt like the clothes as they
what kind of clothing did the northwest Inuits wear