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Answer Key: to quiz "Life on the Trap Line" 

  1. Dene or Anishinabe (Chipewyan), Dogrib, Cree
  2. Boreal Forest Zone that includes Northern Alberta, north western Saskatchewan, and South central Northwest Territories
  3. Camp
  4. No one owns the land; it is shared and provided for everyone’s use and enjoyment. The land however, was never exploited by Aboriginal peoples. They always gave back what they could and respected what was made available.
  5. Harvesting natural fur bearing animals such as rabbits, muskrats, foxes, beavers and mink.
  6. Homes were built along the shoreline and on the trap line property in order to be close to food and furs.
  7. Moose, deer, caribou or elk are all possible answers.
  8. Squirrel or lynx.
  9. Scraping hides.
  10. The wolf and dog are seen as sacred animals by some Aboriginal groups that is why they are only eaten in emergencies.
  11. Frying and pemmican.
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