Canadian Inukshuk Wire Bracelet The Inukshuk was thought of as a direction marker on the vast, featureless tundra of the Arctic. It was used traditionally by the Inuit to help in hunting Caribou. The Caribou was often deceived and would be drawn into hunting areas strategically placed at the head of the valley. After a particularly successful hunt, a new Inukshuk was sometimes erected to mark a food cache of excess dried meat to be hoarded for future lean times for the Inuit people.
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