Meet the Dukha: Mongolia's lost reindeer herders
The nomadic tribe has lived in the region for centuries
We have grown so used to computers, social media, and television that we tend to think that the entire world lives like us. But our beautifully diverse planet still houses some incredible people who live off the land. The Dhuka people of northern Mongolia are one of those indigenous groups who have survived for thousands of years thanks to their herds of reindeer.
Browse this gallery and learn more about a beautiful, yet endangered, community.
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