The skin of the bearded seal is used to make the ganglines to pull the dogsled. After a successful hunt, a bearded seal is brought to land and prepared for eating by hunter Tobias Ignatiussen. Life in and around the Inuit settlement of Tasiilaq (population of 2000), in East Greenland.

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The skin of the bearded seal is used to make the ganglines to pull the dogsled. After a successful hunt, a bearded seal is brought to land and prepared for eating by hunter Tobias Ignatiussen. Life in and around the Inuit settlement of Tasiilaq (population of 2000), in East Greenland.


  • Arctic
  • Evolution of Diet
  • Food
  • Greenland
  • Inuit
  • blood
  • cold
  • ice
  • meat
  • skin

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