The history of walruses in Canada

Before the arrival of Europeans in America, walrus colonies were estimated at more than
250 000 members!

Walruses are a very important resource for the Inuit. The people of the Far North use their skin, tusks and bones to make boats, tools and weapons. They have also used walrus meat and oil for food and hunting since time immemorial.

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