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Inuit children from Repulse Bay, Nunavut play a game they call Iyaga. A hollow piece of bone is attached to another piece of bone by a sinew cord. The bone that's shaped like a stick is held in the hand and the hollow bone is tossed in the air. The player must catch the hollow bone on the stick.