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The Muktuk from a 32.5 foot long bowhead is being enjoyed by residents in Taloyoak and its surrounding communities. This will be the first time many of them get a chance to try this traditional food of their ancestors. Hunting this particular whale called for a team of hunters and 4 boats. David Nanook captained the expedition. He explained over the phone how they managed to catch the whale.
The Taloyoak team is gearing up to head to The Gulf of Boothia for a bowhead whale hunt. This is the first time that Taloyoak will participate in a bowhead hunt since the government legalized it in 1996.