Who are the Inuit? Where do they live?
The Inuit are a tribe of American Indians which live all around the Arctic Circle, reaching from Alaska, across Canada, and over to Greenland.
Why don't the Inuit like to be called Eskimos?
Inuit means "the people" in their native language, in Inuktitut. Many think that the term Eskimo comes from the Algonquin Indian word for "eaters of raw meat," which was kind of an insult.
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