Caribou are one of the main food sources for the Inuit people of Canadian arctic. Cariboo travel in massive herds for hundreds of miles in their annual migrations.
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Woman's boots (Yup'ik - Yupik Eskimo), circa 1910, Caribou hide/skin, hide, wool cloth, wool yarn, glass bead/beads, and sinew.
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©Leoboudv. This Inunait or Inuit parka/anorak is typical of an Inuit woman's parka from the early 1900s and was made from the thin skins of summer caribou (the summer skin is short, mostly consisting of tight underwool). The parka has 2 extra layers to provide additional warmth to its user. It is today part of the permanent collection of the UBC Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, Canada.
Its a fact..Caribou is better for winter clothing then the best high tech clothing made today.Thats why native indians worship this animal even higher then the buffalo...
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