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Traditionally, Inuit would move with the animals and the seasons, which is why they had several different houses and traveled on dog sleds.
Traditionally, Inuit hunters would hunt and eat big animals to last for a long time so when transporting the large animal Inuit would rely on dogs and sleds to carry heavy loads of food.
Traditionally, during holidays inuit would square/jig dance for entertainment. Which was originated from whalers who brought record players to the north.
In today's day Inuit live in small communities with miniature houses where they live all year long.
In today's day there is an annual shipment of dry goods that are supplied to the Inuit when the ice breaks for the ships to get to the place more smoothly.
In today's day like most other places and areas for entertainment people usually watch television, play video games, and use the internet/computer games.
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