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Traditional dog sled, Greenland
Fishing and hunting has been the primary industry for local Inuit residents for over 4500 years.
The south coast of the island has a number of small coves which provide suitable protection for fishing nets in the winter while locals fish from holes in the ice reached by traditional dogsled.