Toxins in a Fragile Frontier

For centuries, the Inuit of Canada's North have hunted. While they've felt the pressures of modern life, many still lead remarkably traditional lives, spending their days hunting for their own food, mainly seals, whales and caribou.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/environment/toxins.html

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