There’s a remote village in Mongolia that’s accessible only by horseback. It’s stood as the epicenter of reindeer herding for thousands of years, but as families left the area over the years, the practice has been difficult to keep alive. The nomadic Dukha people have been passing down their herding tradition for generations, through harsh weather conditions and increasing tugs toward technological innovation. But still the ancient heritage persists.
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