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Kazakh Eagle Hunter - Mongolia

Kazakh Eagle Hunter - Mongolia

Makpal Abdrazakova, one of the rare women among Kazakhstan's eagle hunters. (via Reuters)

Makpal Abdrazakova, one of the rare women among Kazakhstan's eagle hunters. (via Reuters)

These photos of a lost Mongolia tribe are incredible - The Dukha tribe is one of the rare exceptions. The Dukha are a Tuvan-Turkic tribe that lives on the border of Mongolia and Russia, and they are best known as reindeer herders. But their connection with animals extends far beyond reindeer.

These photos of a lost Mongolia tribe are incredible - The Dukha tribe is one of the rare exceptions. The Dukha are a Tuvan-Turkic tribe that lives on the border of Mongolia and Russia, and they are best known as reindeer herders. But their connection with animals extends far beyond reindeer.

Nenetd people. .Northern Artic Russia

Nenetd people. .Northern Artic Russia

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Nenets people Last Tribes Russia – Klassik Magazine

Nenets people Last Tribes Russia – Klassik Magazine

Tundra Nenets reindeer herders rest on their sleds. Gydan Peninsula, Western Siberia, Russia

Tundra Nenets reindeer herders rest on their sleds. Gydan Peninsula, Western Siberia, Russia

Matriarca chamán tsaatan, Mongolia.

Matriarca chamán tsaatan, Mongolia.

A Tundra Nenets woman with her daughter and a pet reindeer calf. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Western iberia, Russia.

A Tundra Nenets woman with her daughter and a pet reindeer calf. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Western iberia, Russia.

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.