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Title Animals by the millions / directed by Vic Pelletier ; produced by Nicole Godin and Vic Pelletier
Published Montreal, QC : CinéFête, 1997
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (53 min.)
Series Ethnographic video online, volume 2
Nunavik ; episode 3
Summary The Inuits are the guardians and hunters of the largest herd of wild land mammals in the world. Some one millions caribous roam the banks of the George and Feuilles Rivers, migrating thousand of kilometres to forage for food. We follow their migration, and look at efforts to domesticate caribou and raise them commercially. We talk to a scientist who has studied the worrying spread of chemical pollutants in the food chain into the tissues of marine animals, like the Beluga, that are consumed by the Inuits
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Feb. 6, 2014)
Event Recorded in Nunavik, Canada
Notes Previously released as DVD
This edition in English
Subject Inuit -- Québec (Province) -- Nunavik -- Social life and customs.
Animals -- Québec (Province) -- Nunavik.
Animal migration -- Québec (Province) -- Nunavik.
Pollution -- Québec (Province) -- Nunavik.
Nunavik (Québec) -- Description and travel.
Nunavik (Québec) -- Social life and customs.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Rudder, Michael F., narrator
Godin, Nicole, producer
Pelletier, Vic, 1948- director, producer
Other Titles Nunavik : animals by the millions