Where the Inuit lived
The Inuit people live in the far north of Canada, near the north pole. Where the Inuit lived it was very very cold. At first it was a struggle for the Inuit to survive such cold and snowy weather. The Inuit found ways to make warm homes and clothing. The far north of Canada does not have much vegetation so the Inuit had to hunt a lot and they had to find safe and efficient ways to hunt. Also some parts of the north are mountainous so the Inuit also had to adapt to the new mountain ranges. The Inuit adapted very well to their surroundings and that's why they are still living in the north of Canada.