It is named after Cape Dorset in Nunavut , Canada, where the first evidence of its existence was found. The culture has been defined as having four phases due to the distinct differences in the technologies relating to hunting and tool making. Artifacts include distinctive triangular end-blades, soapstone lamps , and burins. The Dorset were first identified as a separate culture in The Dorset appear to have been extinct by at the latest and perhaps as early as The Thule people , who began migrating east from Alaska in the 11th century, ended up spreading through the lands previously inhabited by the Dorset.
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The town is part of the South East Dorset conurbation. The town and its administrative area is served by eleven councillors and one from the nearby ward of Cranfield. The population of this ward at the census is 7,
Good news! The Large Tortoiseshell butterfly is thriving once again in the UK, after new sightings in Portland, Dorset, confirm that the species is resident. Over the past 70 years, sightings of the beautiful butterfly have been incredibly rare, with the species last officially recorded as being resident in the s. Despite a disappearing habitat and decline of elm trees its favoured food source , the butterfly is breeding once more. Evidence of a breeding colony — egg shells and spent larval skins — were found in June last year, but local Gerry Hinde has spotted that one large orange butterfly survived the cold winter months.