Re: CROSSING THE BERING STRAIT? How ridiculous!
H. Brent Howatt (email@example.com)
Wed, 04 Dec 96 19:54:58 GMT
In article <OCp9eCAuQxoyEwgk@vineries.demon.co.uk>, Kathy McIntosh <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Seriously, Art, did they actually eat the stomach contents? Surely
>caribou eat grass, would it really have been that important to them?
My daughter has just finished a school paper on the Inuit. She was
thrilled to learn that an Inuit delicacy is the raw,
partially-digested-krill-filled small intestine of freshly killed seals. I
don't know about caribou. They eat a lot of lichen as well as grass.
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