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Inuit perpetuate ancestral traditions

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Hunting and fishing are two pillars of Inuit culture and economy. Traditionally, these practices are governed by codes, rituals, and beliefs. For example, some Inuit people think that animals have the capacity to understand human discussions. Therefore, when hunters talk about the animal they are tracking in their hunting camp, they mislead it using the name of another animal.

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Inuit perpetuate ancestral traditions
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Hunting and fishing are two pillars of Inuit culture and economy. Traditionally, these practices are governed by codes, rituals, and beliefs. For example, some Inuit people think that animals have the capacity to understand human discussions. Therefore, when hunters talk about the animal they are tracking in their hunting camp, they mislead it using the name of another animal.

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