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. :)
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!