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Saami/Norwegian Nomad Boy on a Reindeer. circa 1908 ---- relatives up there. Can you believe what an explosion of changes globalism has brought?

For millennia, humans have depended on animals for resources necessary for survival.  In the developed world as social, economic, and environmental factors have grown increasingly complex, systems of domestication have often tended towards mass production, resulting in pollution, cruelty, and imbalance.  ▲ Few models remain that remind how we can utilize animals for resources while still maintaining balance, respect, and sustainability in the face of an ever-changing world

I desperately want to meet these people. Tsaatan: nomadic reindeer herders in Mongolia reindeer people,

Sami . Reindeer Calve -- or young -- whose antlers were taken for other use. Those are not "Costumes", the Sami are around Hunting, and need to be SEEN in bright colors. It's the coldest part of Scandinavia, and they love their reindeer, & don't want to waste any of them so clothing is made the old ways -- it keeps them warmer than warm in Coldest part of their World!! (Living in a tent often!!)

Sami reindeer calf whose antlers were taken for other use.

Sami bride | The Sami people, one of the largest indigenous groups in Europe, lives in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. Their traditional languages are the Sami languages, which are members of the Finno-Lappic group of the Uralic language family. | © samisknettverk:

The Sami people, one of the largest indigenous groups in Europe, lives in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

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