Александр Точилкин

Александр Точилкин

Александр Точилкин
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An Ivory Netsuke   Signed Kogyoku, Meiji Peirod (late 19th century)   Of a farmer   3cm. high

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Kogyoku, Meiji Peirod (late 19th century) Of a farmer 3cm. high

https://flic.kr/p/654RBU | A tribal elder rides his reindeer across the steppes of Mongolia. His tribe has been recorded as domesticating their reindeer for the last 4,000 years.

https://flic.kr/p/654RBU | A tribal elder rides his reindeer across the steppes of Mongolia. His tribe has been recorded as domesticating their reindeer for the last 4,000 years.

mongolian reindeer herders - Google Search

mongolian reindeer herders - Google Search

Tsaatan Nomad, Northern Mongolia. The Tsaatan rely on the reindeer for most, if not all, of their basic needs: milk, which is also used to make cheese; antlers, which they use to make tools; and first and foremost, transport. They do not use the reindeer for meat. This makes the indigenous group  unique among reindeer-herding communities.

Tsaatan Nomad, Northern Mongolia. The Tsaatan rely on the reindeer for most, if not all, of their basic needs: milk, which is also used to make cheese; antlers, which they use to make tools; and first and foremost, transport. They do not use the reindeer for meat. This makes the indigenous group unique among reindeer-herding communities.

Bilderesultat for Tsaatan - Reindeer Nomads. Mongolia+ photos

Bilderesultat for Tsaatan - Reindeer Nomads. Mongolia+ photos

Shaman Matriarch of the Dukha (a.k.a. "Tsaatan", "the Reindeer Herders"), Mongolia. ©Hamid Sardar/Corbis

Shaman Matriarch of the Dukha (a.k.a. "Tsaatan", "the Reindeer Herders"), Mongolia. ©Hamid Sardar/Corbis

vida con animales 5

vida con animales 5

Reindeer Riders... historically semi-nomadic people in several parts of the world have domesticated reindeer as saddle animals, pack animals, and work animals. In Mongolia, Siberia, Northern Europe, these people have lived closely with their reindeer herds for countless generations, even hunting wild reindeer from the backs of their domesticated kin.

Reindeer Riders... historically semi-nomadic people in several parts of the world have domesticated reindeer as saddle animals, pack animals, and work animals. In Mongolia, Siberia, Northern Europe, these people have lived closely with their reindeer herds for countless generations, even hunting wild reindeer from the backs of their domesticated kin.

Nomadic Dukha herders in Mongolia, 2007, by Jeroen Toirkens

Nomadic Dukha herders in Mongolia, 2007, by Jeroen Toirkens

Nomadic Dukha herders in Mongolia, 2007, by Jeroen Toirkens

Nomadic Dukha herders in Mongolia, 2007, by Jeroen Toirkens