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On the hunters' camp, Arctic
In spring and summer, Inuit people hunt caribou and muskox in the tundra of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Twice a year, large herds of caribous cross inland areas of Victoria Island. Inuit hunters have to be very discreet when pursuing them because the caribou has great senses of smell and hearing. They usually set up a camp for miles and wait to have them in their field of vision to attack.
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