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Greenland’s economy is largely based in fishing and fish processing, some mining, and some shipbuilding, along with high-quality native crafts. Travel and tourism make a big contribution, however, and the following link will explain more about that as well as about past migration into and out of Greenland.

The Genographic Project of the Smithonian, IBM, and National Geographic recently illustrated the tinydifferences that are related to all demarcations of human “race” and color.  Part of this project has been to track Inuit and other Indigenous DNA elements from northern Europe around the top of the entire globe to Greenland. Controversy surrounds the concept of relate DNA and blood makers even in Iceland.  Although everyone is actually related because we are all people, some angry folks prefer to deny the fact. 

Regardless, Greenland and its people and attractions are fascinating.

Largest Island in the World


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