11 things you didn’t know about Eskimos
Sometimes we hear stuff on the Internet about them but I’m pretty sure that if they asked you what you know about Eskimos, you will not know how to reply on this question even with a simple answer of their location or what the term ‘Eskimo’ means.
Eskimos are populated in the northern region from eastern Siberia in Russia, across Alaska in the United States, Canada, and Greenland. There are actually two main kinds of Eskimos that exist today and one of them is known as the Alaskan Inupiat peoples, Greenlandic Inuit, and the mass-grouping Inuit peoples of Canada. The others are located in eastern Siberia and Alaska and known as the Yupik. The term ‘Eskimo’ means “eaters of raw meat” and if you want to know more about the Eskimos and their lifestyle, just scroll down and find out the 11 things you didn’t know about them until today!