The Last Ice Hunters
Merely 4,500 people inhabit East Greenland’s 20.000 km long coast. It’s one of the least populated places on our planet. Only over the last five generations, the “modern” way of life penetrated East Greenland: the local population faced dramatic changes from living in total isolation -the way people lived in the Stone Age- to integration in our globalized world. Still, there are hunters and their families perpetuating their customs and traditions in a beautiful way.