Since the Inuits didn't have any land they could plant crops on, the Inuits ate walrus, seal, caribou, and whales.
Since it was really cold and windy they had to build a shelter that can protect them both of those things. So the made a igloo which got them out of the wind and on the inside they layered it with seal skin to make it cozy.
Since it was really cold the Inuits had to dress really warm. They used caribou fur, sealskin, blubber, and seal intestines to make parkas which are to keep you dry.
Did you know that when people call Inuits Eskimos they get offended because it is a Algonquin word that means "raw flesh eaters". They were also the first people to live in in northean North America.