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Inuit Culture in Greenland and Water Pollution
Inuit Culture Examined
The lives of the Inuit people are very much at risk by consuming large amounts of PCB's, mercury and other toxins. As tradition has it, the Inuit people mostly eat what they can hunt, catch or find which usually include the latest marine mammals washed up on shore. Marine mammals by nature absorb great amounts of these toxins when they enter the ocean. The toxins are more commonly absorbed into the fat cells of the blubber, which makes up the main diet of the Inuit people who also use it throughout their culture. …
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