The arctic indians
People that lived in arctic (aka inuit people)
What they ate
The inuit people ate lots of meat and very little vegetables because it was so cold that the food would not grow in that climate.Their Favorite foods of the Inuit include beluga whale, seal, fish, crab, walrus, caribou, moose, duck, quail and geese. In the summer, they incorporate some roots and berries into their meals. Due to the harsh arctic climate, the Inuit eat mostly meat and fish.
The summer home was a tent made out of caribou or seal skins hung off a frame made of driftwood or whale rib bones. The Inuit lived in igloos in the winter. The igloo was made from hard packed snow. They had knives made of bone, and later, steel, to cut snow blocks. In there winter igloo they started fires and the ice on the walls would smoothen out but its so cold outside that the outside is still hard.
They had knives made of bone, and later, steel, to cut.Most harpoon heads were made out of ivory from walrus tusks or whalebone. To catch fish they also used fishing lines, nets, leisters and three-pronged spears. For hunting, the Inuit used spears, bow and arrows, clubs and stone traps. The Inuit used knives for cutting meat, and also snow and ice.