Adrienn Gornyitzki

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suchasensualdestroyer: Whale Tail Comb, walrus ivory, c. 0 AD Punuk or Thule Inuit Culture (Greenland)

Punuk or Thule Comb, Walrus Ivory, Princeton University Art Museum; The Lloyd E. Cotsen, Class of Eskimo Bone and Ivory Carving Collection. Photo: Bruce M.

The Inuits of Nunavut were and are extremely skilled hunters, who relied on the animal populations in Northern Canada for survival. This Inuit hunter from the early 20th century, is hunting solely with a home-made bow and arrow. He is not privy to snow-mobiles and automatic rifles, like some adventure clubs are today.

Traditional Inuit hunting was carried out much like that of the Native American tribes. This Inuit native is hunting with a bow and arrow, and we can only guess that he is aiming at a seal or walrus that's made its way to the surface.

Nenets reindeer herders, Sasha Yeyvi (right) with Sertoharby, his grandfather hold Broad Whitefish they have just caught under the ice. Gyda...

Image of nenets reindeer herders, sasha yeyvi (right) with sertoharby, his grandfather hold broad whitefish they have just caught under the ice. gydan, w.siberia, russia by ArcticPhoto

Point Barrow, Alaska 1894

Point Barrow, Alaska 1894