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Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME

Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME
Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME
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  • Size: 9 cm

  • Suitability 3+

  • Colourfully handpainted

  • The origin of the Inuit is unknown. A birthmark known as the "Mongolian spot" is seen frequently on Inuit infants and may indicate a relationship with today's Altaic peoples. One thing is certain. In about 3000 BC, the "Paleo-Eskimo" migrated from Asia across the Bering Strait to Alaska. Inuit describe themselves as indigenous people who live in the Arctic Circle, Northeastern Canada and Greenland. The term Eskimo is an umbrella term used to describe several groups of people, including the more distantly related arctic communities of Yupik and Aleut. The language of the Inuit of Northeastern Canada and Greenland is Inuktitut. In central Canada it is Inuinnaqtun.

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    not appropriate for children under the age of 3

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    Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME

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  • Size: 9 cm

  • Suitability 3+

  • Colourfully handpainted

  • The origin of the Inuit is unknown. A birthmark known as the "Mongolian spot" is seen frequently on Inuit infants and may indicate a relationship with today's Altaic peoples. One thing is certain. In about 3000 BC, the "Paleo-Eskimo" migrated from Asia across the Bering Strait to Alaska. Inuit describe themselves as indigenous people who live in the Arctic Circle, Northeastern Canada and Greenland. The term Eskimo is an umbrella term used to describe several groups of people, including the more distantly related arctic communities of Yupik and Aleut. The language of the Inuit of Northeastern Canada and Greenland is Inuktitut. In central Canada it is Inuinnaqtun.

    Safety Warning

    not appropriate for children under the age of 3

    Box Contains

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    Bullyland "Inuit woman" Figure Multi-Color-B004K48NMEB004K48NME

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