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The Greenlandic Inuit are descendants of ancient indigenous migrations from Canada, as these people migrated to the east through the continent.
They are citizens of Denmark, although not of the European Union. They had split from the related Aleut group about 4,000 years ago and from northeastern Siberian migrants, possibly related to the Chukchi language group, still earlier, descended from the third major migration from Siberia. Researchers believe that Inuit society had advantages by having adapted to using dogs as transport animals, and developing larger weapons and other technologies superior to those of the Dorset culture.
Warfare was not uncommon among those Inuit groups with sufficient population density.
Inuit such as the Nunatamiut (Uummarmiut), who inhabited the Mackenzie River delta area, often engaged in warfare.