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Expedition Earth
(Part XI)



by Bridget Thackwray


The Nenet people of Northern Russia are nomadic reindeer herders that have lived in the Siberian Arctic since the 12th century. Through a yearly migration of over a thousand kilometres, these families move herds of up to 7,000 reindeer at a time. It is debated whether it is the reindeer that lead the people or vice versa. In such a challenging environment where temperatures frequently plummet to -50C, the Nenets have developed strong family unity, work ethic and discipline.


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elocal Digital Edition – August 2021 (#245)

elocal Digital Edition
August 2021 (#245)


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