The Inuit used to be called Eskimo. This meant ‘raw meat eaters’, because they often ate raw or frozen meat and fish. The name Inuit means ‘the people’. The Inuit of Canada were nomadic. They lived in small hunting groups and wore clothes made of animal skins and fur. They lived in a part of Canada which is frozen for most of the year.
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