February 26, 2016

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What do you think of when you hear the word ‘igloo‘? Well, when most people hear this word, they think in a cold place surrounded by penguins… They aren’t wrong – but they forget the inuits! Inuits live in North Canada and build igloos.  A good igloo can stand from -7 to -17 degrees Celsius – and it can be built in only 30 minutes by two inuits. Many inuits put a stove inside the igloo to keep it warm. Believe it or not, the stove  doesn’t make the igloo melt!

 

This post was kindly written by our Enjoy Student Hian Melo during his Test 3. Congratulations Hian, and thank you for letting us publish a part of your test!

IMAGE COURTESY:

• http://www.aquablog.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Adding-Cotton-To-Qulliq-02-Feb15th2013-GjoaHaven-NeilFisher-SML.jpg
• http://enpundit.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/inuits-photographed-first-time-8.jpg
• http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02114/PD50312522_000068_2114678i.jpg