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The Inuit from Alaska to Greenland


The Inuit, the indigenous people of the Great North, are scattered over the largest expanse on the planet: from the coasts of Siberia through Alaska and the great Canadian North to Greenland, a distance of over 10,000 km. Although widely scattered, Inuit culture is unified by related languages and a subsistence lifestyle adapted to the Arctic regions.

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