Other — Unclassed Organisms

There are a few creatures that the Inuit recognize as species, but do not class in any particular group. These are generally aquatic invertebrates, which do not play a great role in the lives of northerners, but are nevertheless common enough that they are seen regularly and identified by those who see them. These include crabs, jellyfish, sea urchins, and other marine invertebrates that are too large to be included as qupiqruit.