The largest muskox are found on the tundra plains on the northern Arctic coastline near Kugluktuk. Muskox are named Umingmaq in the Inuit language, which means ‘the bearded one’. Muskox have traditionally been used by Inuit: the meat for food; the hides for insulating sleeping mats, and; the horn and bone for tools and carvings.
9 x 6"
Artist: Simeonie Killiktee
This item includes an info card and certificate of authenticity