Copper Inuit Case Study

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The Copper Inuit uses there to their benefit to improve their hunting technique. The Copper Inuit men hunted seals by stationing themselves over breathing holes in the ice located by their dogs. They understood that there was multiple ways to use dogs to help hunting besides attacking the animals. The dogs simply tracked the seals breathing holes. Since seals were the Copper Inuit main prey they uses the dogs to track instead of attack because the seals are in the water. The dogs was of great importance to the Copper Inuit and served as hunting animals and transportation. the dogs greatly increased the mobility to trade efficiently. (Damas. 1996)

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